From the Central Valley Business Times.
By stopping irrigation of all of the salt-polluted land that’s in the “San Luis Unit” – a large portion of the west side of the San Joaquin Valley, California residents could benefit from
Reclamation and DWR are lead federal and state agencies, respectively, for NEPA and the California Environmental Quality Act. To view or download the RDEIR/SDEIS, or for a list of locations to access a DVD of the document, please go to …
The Winnemem Wintu Tribe, other tribal representatives and their allies rallied, chanted, sang and waved signs on the sidewalk in front of Westin Hotel on June 29 and 30 outside the Second California Water Summit in Sacramento.They
FOLSOM – The Bureau of Reclamation is preparing a barge with 11 floating pumps to continue providing tap water to hundreds of thousands of people if the level of Folsom Lake drops below the water supply outlet built into the …
FOLSOM LAKE (CBS13) — A water regulator is warning Roseville and Folsom could run out of water in just a few months if officials continue to allow water releases from Folsom Lake.
Andrew Fecko with the Placer County Water Agency …
And it’s going to cost taxpayers big time.
By Nathan Halverson
California is sinking—and fast.
While the state’s drought-induced sinking is well known, new details highlight just how severe it has become and …
by Ed Osann
Recent polls show that nearly every adult in California has gotten the message – the drought is serious, we have to save water, wherever and whenever possible. Nearly everyone, it seems, except the Department of Water Resources.