- Sweeney Dairy of Visalia faces $75,600 state penalty for failing to comply with Dairy General Order
- California posts a record-breaking water year of 89.7 inches after five years of punishing drought
- $35 million allocated to connect East Porterville residents to clean, reliable drinking water
- Reclamation: South-of-Delta water contractors to receive 100 percent water supply
- Celeste Cantú to leave Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority for water policy academy
All posts tagged "conservation"
Hard-working worms clean-up Fetzer Vineyards’ wastewater for re-use in landscaping and vineyards
Worms and working the land have always had a mutual relationship. If you work the land to grow fruits or vegetables, worms are an ever-present part of farming. But recently, worms became an integral part of Fetzer...
- Posted April 26, 2017
Toxic cyanobacteria/blue green algae blooms confirmed at El Dorado East Regional Park
The year’s first confirmed cyanobacteria (cyanoHABs), also known as harmful or blue green algae blooms, have been detected by state and local environmental and public health agencies at El Dorado East Regional Park in Long Beach. Field...
- Posted April 24, 2017
West Basin Municipal Water District awarded $800,625 DWR Water-Energy grant
Two of West Basin Municipal Water District’s conservation programs will share a $800,625 Department of Water Resources (DWR) Water-Energy grant starting this summer. The funds will be used to further the existing Cash 4 Kitchens (C4K) Program...
- Posted April 21, 2017
Earth Day to be celebrated on April 20 by Inland Empire Utilities and Chino Creek Wetlands
Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) and Chino Creek Wetlands and Educational Park (CCWEP) will celebrate Earth Day on Thursday, April 20 from 4-7 p.m. at CCWEP. The event is the 9th Annual Earth Day Celebration for the...
- Posted April 19, 2017
PID’s George Barber to become manager of California Water Service’s Oroville office
After 12 years as the helm of Paradise Irrigation District (PID), George Barber has announced his resignation to assume the position as local manager of California Water Service’s Oroville office. He will succeed longtime manager Toni Ruggle,...
- Posted April 17, 2017
City of Sutter Creek settles with Central Valley Water Quality Board for stormwater violations
The city of Sutter Creek recently reached a settlement agreement with the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board (CVRWQCB) for alleged stormwater violations and has agreed to pay $86,112 and to comply with the permit requirements...
- Posted April 12, 2017
Tuolumne County settles with Central Valley Regional Water Board for sediment runoff
Tuolumne County’s alleged violations of stormwater permit requirements due to sediment discharges have been settled with the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board (Water Board). Tuolumne County has agreed to pay $131,464 and to comply with...
- Posted April 10, 2017
February’s statewide water savings tops 25 percent with significant drop in use in the South Coast
Hailing the state’s February 25.1 percent drop in water use State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Chair Felicia Marcus praised Californians for their conservation saying, “Even with a banner year for winter precipitation, Californians have continued to...
- Posted April 6, 2017
WateReuse California honors leaders fostering sustainable water reuse throughout California
WateReuse California recently recognized leaders in the water reuse community in seven categories for their on-going efforts in creating sustainable, locally controlled water supplies throughout the state. The awards presentation was part of the 2017 WateReuse California...
- Posted March 28, 2017
Santa Barbara Botanic Garden chosen as 2016 City Water Hero
The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (SBBG) was recently awarded the 2016 Water Hero Award by the city of Santa Barbara for serving as a role model for sustainable landscape practices, as well as for their recent achievement...
- Posted March 27, 2017