Water Supply Challenges

Members of the Governor’s Drought Task Force will attend the California State Board of Food and Agriculture’s March 4 meeting... Read More»
The Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) won’t “drought proof” California, but could greatly improve the state’s... Read More»
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation on Friday announced some of lowest initial water allocations on record from the Central Valley Project (CVP... Read More»
Water conservation, multi-agency collaboration and diversification of water supplies were touted by several speakers at a water conference... Read More»
Impacts of the 2014 drought and the need for broad coordination among agencies to respond to the emergency were explored at an ACWA-... Read More»
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Drinking Water Program on Feb. 10 approved $250,000 of emergency funding for the city of... Read More»
An op-ed by ACWA President John Coleman detailing California’s unprecedented drought and calling for a comprehensive water action... Read More»
The water stored in the Sacramento and San Joaquin River basins – including snow, soil moisture, groundwater and surface water... Read More»
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFW) on Feb. 5 announced it has begun focused drought-related surveys for delta smelt as part of... Read More»
With California now in its worst drought on record, ACWA is moving to assemble a group of water community experts to recommend specific... Read More»
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