Water News

The third manual snow survey of the season conducted Tuesday by the Department of Water Resources shows an alarmingly low snowpack.  ... read»
Saying that it’s time to move forward with plans for the Sites Reservoir, U.S. Reps. Doug La Malfa (CA-01) and John Garamendi (CA-03... read»
Californians’ water savings dipped in January to 8.8% from a high of 22% in December and record-breaking dry weather is being eyed as... read»
The California Department of Water Resources today announced that the storms of mid-December and early February have allowed officials... read»
The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) today published an updated public health goal (PHG) for perchlorate in... read»
California’s continuing dry conditions have prompted the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to announce a second year of a zero initial... read»
More than 12,000 Chinook salmon defied the drought last fall and returned to the Mokelumne River to spawn, creating the river’s fifth... read»
The Sacramento region used less water in January compared to the previous two years despite the dry and warm weather, according to local... read»
California’s ongoing drought is viewed as “extremely serious” by a larger percentage of people today than in 1977 and... read»
California’s fourth year of drought is a major focus of discussion this week at ACWA’s annual D.C. conference currently... read»
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