Water News

CAL FIRE Increases Staffing as Fire Threat Expands Due to Drought
Drought conditions have spawned a significant increase in wildfires across much of California and have forced CA FIRE to begin hiring... read»
California’s snowpack still measures far below average despite the state’s recent band of storms, suggesting that the summer... read»
With California mired in drought and little relief coming from recent storms, the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) is... read»
Department of Water Resources (DWR) surveyors will head back into the Sierra on Tuesday, April 1, for what’s expected to be another... read»
Californians are increasingly concerned about the state’s water supply and are more receptive to approving a water bond on the... read»
Report Examines Pharmaceuticals in California Drinking Water
The research arm of the California State Library on March 27 released a three-part report that provides an overview of trace level... read»
The House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water and Power, on Tuesday, held a hearing on the Bureau of Reclamation’s FY2015 budget... read»
Legislation that would place an $8 billion water bond on the November ballot cleared the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee March... read»
Delta Waterway Cleanup Program Includes Watershed Stewardship Training for Schoo
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy is co-hosting two environmental education activities in the Delta as part of its spring Delta... read»
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued on Tuesday, March 25, a proposed clarification to waters protected under the federal Clean... read»
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