- District poised to capture more stormwater thanks to Army Corps of Engineers
- Metropolitan Water District Looks to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Address Climate Change
- Reclamation Seeks to Help Fund Watershed Groups’ On-the-Ground Watershed Management Projects
- Three California Water Agencies Awarded Nearly $800,000 to Develop Water Market Strategies
- $5 Million Fund Established by Fenner Valley Water Authority and Cadiz, Inc. for Water Quality Investments in Disadvantaged Communities
All posts tagged "drought"
Water quality strategy in the works
The severity of the California drought has left many watersheds vulnerable to contaminants, which can and will ultimately impact the state’s drinking water quality. To help combat the problem, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded a $1 million grant...
- Posted November 20, 2015
Preparing your pets for El Nino
As we head into a strong El Nino season, pet owners are being warned to exude caution to protect their animals and their homes. Here’s how you should prepare: Cats and Dogs Make sure you have one week worth...
- Posted November 19, 2015
DWR groundwater basin regulations go into effect
Although the Department of Water Resources (DWR) was expected to begin implementing basin boundary regulations in January 2016, the agency decided to begin the implementations on Monday. Because DWR began the implementation earlier than anticipated, water agencies...
- Posted November 18, 2015
Drought rules extended by Governor
On January 17, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown declared a State of Emergency due to the severity of the California drought. As part of his executive order, Brown mandated a 25 percent cutback in water use across the...
- Posted November 17, 2015
On the verge of El Nino
Now that colder weather is among us, forecasters are saying we’re officially in El Nino season. The Sierra Nevada mountains had 36 inches of snow that was dumped in just two days. January through March is expected...
- Posted November 15, 2015
City of Oakland files lawsuit against Monsanto
Recently, the State Water Resources Control has determined that a large presence of Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCBs) found in Oakland’s storm water are posing significant health impacts for drinking water as well as habitats for fish and wildlife....
- Posted November 13, 2015
Water technology: California’s latest trend?
As the California drought continues to loom on, the state is beginning to see a steady increase in water technology patents. A recent study by Next 10, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, noted that 137 patents were registered...
- Posted November 9, 2015
City urges residents to install rain capture systems
In order to inspire customers in Los Angeles to capture rainwater during the highly anticipated El Nino, three agencies – the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), Los Angeles County Flood Control District (LACFC) and...
- Posted November 8, 2015
$4 million going to drought research
As a means of learning more about the effects of the severe California drought, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has awarded $4 million in grants to four institutions. The EPA’s goal is to limit and combat the...
- Posted November 6, 2015
Crops’ cells remember drought impact
Scientists at Emory University have made an interesting discovery: although plants do not have brains, their cells are able to remember when they experienced a drought. According to EU’s researchers, funded by the National Science Foundation’s Plant...
- Posted October 31, 2015