- 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
All posts tagged "drought"
Low-flow stream study being conducted
Workers from the U.S. Geological Survey are working to measure the amount of water in six western states. Measuring water in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Utah will give water agencies and officials an idea of...
- Posted September 13, 2015
Non-potable well coming to Folsom
The city of Folsom is looking forward to a new water well that’s being installed in a newer part of town. The state recently approved a grant that would allow the city to build the well, although...
- Posted September 12, 2015
10 Tips for Preparing for El Nino
As the California drought continues to linger, residents across the state are looking to El Nino to solve the state’s dire situation. Along with the heavy rain and winds comes the potential for flooding. Here are some...
- Posted September 11, 2015
#WaterYouDoing to end the drought?
A new social media campaign is shaping up to see how Californians across the state are doing their part to save water. #WaterYouDoing will be the hashtag used in an 11-day Twitter campaign composed of a partnership...
- Posted September 9, 2015
MWD ordered to repay millions
Last week, a San Francisco Superior Court judge made a ruling in favor of the San Diego County Water Authority (SDCWA). According to Judge Curtis Karnow, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) must repay SDCWA $188.3...
- Posted September 8, 2015
Water agency moves into stage 4b of drought response plan
Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD), which covers the eastern side of Riverside County, has now moved to their stage 4b drought response plan. The stage 4b tier requires customers to reduce their outdoor water budgets up to...
- Posted September 7, 2015
Oil companies see fines over lack of water reporting
As part of SB 1281, which was signed into law last September, California’s 433 oil operators are required to report their source of water, how much water they used and how the water was disposed of during...
- Posted September 6, 2015
Starbucks’ bottling company faces water violation
Earlier this week, the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) issued a cease and desist order against Sugar Pine Spring Water LP, who is owned by G. Scott Fahey. Sugar Pine Spring Water is known as one...
- Posted September 5, 2015
Study looks at impact of California drought on San Joaquin Valley
Cal State Fresno just completed a study that focuses on the California drought in the Central Valley. According to researchers, they wanted to take a deeper look at how the severe drought impacted the San Joaquin Valley specifically; they...
- Posted September 4, 2015
Cities provide residents with reclaimed water
To help ease the burden of the California drought on residents, cities are beginning to offer recycled water to homeowners. Burbank, located outside of Los Angeles, just opened its first filling station, which will be available through...
- Posted September 3, 2015