- NOAA Predicts Warmer, Drier Conditions for Winter in California
- Groundwater Increasing in Coachella Valley According to USGS Report
- Reclamation selects three California projects to receive Water Use Efficiency grants
- Water Year 2020 Ends on a Dry Note in California
- DWR Awards $37 Million for Water Resilience Projects in LA Area
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Major infrastructure completed for Temecula Wine Country
Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) recently completed an 18-month project that brought a state-of-the-art sewer system to Temecula’s Wine Country, located in Riverside County. The project is said to improve groundwater quality by removing the need for...
- Posted October 5, 2015
The Delta’s challenges
Because of the California drought, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is proving to have a number of challenges. A handful of scientists across the nation and Canada came together to look at how the Delta’s challenges impact the region...
- Posted October 4, 2015
Removal of emergency Delta barrier in the works
The Department of Water Resources (DWR) is working to remove a drought barrier in the Delta that was installed under emergency circumstances. DWR installed the barrier in June as a means of protecting the Delta from salt...
- Posted October 3, 2015
State meets water cutbacks for 3rd month in a row
The State Water Resources Control Board announced California’s conservation numbers for the month of August. During August, Californians surpassed Governor Brown’s 25 percent water reduction mandate. As a whole, the state saved almost 27 percent compared to...
- Posted October 2, 2015
State to fund farming water projects
The California Department of Food and Agriculture has agreed to fund $9.38 million for 100 projects to implement water irrigation systems on farms that will ultimately reduce greenhouse gas emissions and produce water savings. Funding for the...
- Posted October 1, 2015
Drought keeps bees from producing honey
As the California drought continues, the agricultural industry has been greatly impacted. Because so few crops are available for bees to pollinate, they aren’t producing as much honey as they normally do. And it leaves beekeepers in the red...
- Posted September 30, 2015
Author to speak at water seminar
Yucaipa Valley Water District will be hosting an educational seminar with Molly Bogh, author of Life After Lawns – 8 Steps from Grass to a Waterwise Garden on October 3 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Bogh...
- Posted September 30, 2015
Study: How do drought conditions impact cereal grains?
The University of California and the Department of Energy are working together to explain plant survival under severe drought conditions. The $12.3 million study is being conducted to examine the effects of climate change on California’s agricultural...
- Posted September 29, 2015
Environmentalists propose new water bond
As the California drought continues to be an issue across the western United States, everyone on both sides of the political aisle are wondering how to address the problem. Environmentalists in California believe they have the answer:...
- Posted September 28, 2015
Northern California lake runs dry
The Mountain Meadow Reservoir has run dry after record low water levels. Dead fish lay where the lake once was. Because of the severity of the California drought, Pacific Gas & Electric, who own water rights to...
- Posted September 27, 2015