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A Field Poll released today reveals that likely voters support the $7.5 billion water bond slated for the November ballot by a two-to-one... read»
California’s urban water suppliers are making headway in their water conservation efforts, achieving a 7.5% drop in usage statewide... read»
Public water agencies around the state are stepping up conservation efforts, expanding rebate programs and pursuing an array of innovative... read»
Bay Area water officials are utilizing a pilot project of water transfer agreements and regional cooperation to help endure ongoing drought... read»
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation on Sept. 5 released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Upper San Joaquin River Basin Storage... read»
ACWA and its member agencies have a long history of leadership when it comes to confronting big changes in the way we manage water... read»
The California State Association of Counties(CSAC) Board of Directors voted Thursday to support Proposition 1, the Water Quality Supply and... read»
The deterioration of the Salton Sea— with its worsening air quality, loss of ecological habitat, diminished recreational revenue and... read»
The ACWA Region 1 and Region 4 Boards have opened a call for candidates to fill a vacancy on their boards for the 2014-2015 term. The... read»
Draft ballot arguments on Proposition 1 – a $7.5 billion water bond set to go before voters Nov. 4   – are now posted... read»
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