- Modoc County Grower issued penalty for failing to acquire Water Quality Permit
- Remaining East Porterville homes now connected to sustainable water
- California lacking snow; snow water equivalent at only 4.9 inches, 27 percent of date’s average
- Report seeks to provide key elements of successful groundwater management for California managers
- State Contractors see slight increase of allocation
More Drought News
Residents to see tax implications for artificial turf
Southern California residents who decided to replace their grass with artificial turf could be...
- Posted January 28, 2016
State Water Project sees allocation increase
With El Nino coming to full fruition, the Department of Water Resources increased the...
- Posted January 27, 2016
DWR releases list of critically overdrafted basins
As required by the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), the Department of Water Resources...
- Posted January 25, 2016
Santa Fe Irrigation District suspends water fines
When Governor Jerry Brown announced his mandatory water cutbacks across the state, Santa Fe...
- Posted January 24, 2016
Governor Brown addresses water, drought in State of the State address
Yesterday, Governor Brown addressed Californians to give them an update on the health of...
- Posted January 22, 2016
New regulations for surface water rights holders
Earlier this week, the State Water Resources Control Board adopted a new regulation: all...
- Posted January 21, 2016
Water rights holders may see curtailment orders lifted
When the California drought kicked into high gear in 2014, officials at the State Water Resources...
- Posted January 20, 2016
MWD sets new water agenda
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), the largest wholesale water seller in the...
- Posted January 14, 2016
Grant addresses water quality
American Water, the largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company in the United...
- Posted January 13, 2016
Oilfield wastewater: a new water supply
For more than 20 years, oilfield wastewater has been used in the Central Valley...
- Posted January 12, 2016