- North Coast Board Issues General Waste Discharge Requirements for Dairies
- Reclamation Announces 2020 Colorado River Operating Conditions
- Water right license revoked by State Water Board
- Reclamation Offering Grant Funding to Prepare for Drought Resiliency Projects in 2020 and 2021
- Rhys Vineyards, LLC Agrees to Pay $3.7 Million for Multiple Violations of Federal Clean Water Act
All posts tagged "conservation"
Five Southern California Partners Work to Reopen Louis Rubidoux Nature Center, Sunnyslope Creek
The Louis Rubidoux Nature Center Consortium, representing five local stakeholders in three Southern California counties, have jointly committed to renovating and reopening the Louis Rubidoux Nature Center (LRNR) and Sunnyslope Creek, a degraded tributary to the Santa...
- Posted August 10, 2019
San Bernardino VMWD Works With Local Water Agencies to Invest in More Water Supply Projects
A new program is being offered by the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District (SBVMWD) providing a financial incentive to local water agencies for projects that produce recycled water or capture stormwater. The Local Resource Investment Program...
- Posted July 30, 2019
Restoration Projects Awarded $3 Million-Plus from Sierra Nevada Conservancy Governing Board
Five projects focused on improving watershed and forest health throughout the Sierra Nevada will share in the $3,122,551 recently awarded by the Sierra Nevada Conservancy (SNC) Governing Board. Four of the projects are specifically forest health grants...
- Posted July 12, 2019
Metropolitan Water District Makes Turf Removal Easier with Step-By-Step Video Tutorials
Never more so than during the hot summer days are Southern Californians more aware of the cost of outdoor watering. As the mercury on the thermometer climbs so do the totals on water bills. But Metropolitan Water...
- Posted July 9, 2019
Salamanders at Risk of Extinction by Raising Shasta Dam Move Closer to Endangered Species List
In 2012 a petition was filed by the Center for Biological Diversity and Environmental Protection Information Center (EPIC) for the protection of the Shasta salamanders to determine if the species warranted Endangered Species Act protection. Then known...
- Posted July 8, 2019
California EPA to Invest $1.5 Million in Statewide Environmental Justice Projects
Thirty-four projects aimed at combating pollution, water degradation, improving health outcomes and increasing public engagement in some of California’s most pollution-burdened communities recently received word from the California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that they will share in...
- Posted July 1, 2019
CDFW Opens Application Process for Wetlands Restoration Projects for Greenhouse Gas Reductions
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has announced a two-phase application process for project grant funds through its 2019 Wetlands Restoration for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reduction Program. Approximately $12.75 million will be shared between approved...
- Posted June 29, 2019
Reclamation Selects Eight CA Projects for WaterSMART Grants to Prepare, Build Resilience to Drought
Eight California projects will share more than $5 million in WaterSMART grants from the Bureau of Reclamation for projects to prepare and build resilience to drought. The grants are part of the recent 18 projects selected by...
- Posted June 22, 2019
Sound Advice – Check Soil Moisture Before Watering Your Landscaping
The Sacramento-area Regional Water Authority (RWA) — a joint powers authority representing two dozen water providers and affiliates in the greater Sacramento area – is urging area residents to learn how to check their soil’s moisture before...
- Posted June 21, 2019
$67.5 Million Recommended for Funding by the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority
Of the 15 grant applications received by the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority (SFBRA) for the 2018 Request for Proposals (RFP), staff members of the SFBRA are recommending allocating $67.5 million in Measure AA funding for five...
- Posted June 13, 2019