- DWR awards $1 Million to each of Sonoma County’s three Groundwater Sustainability Agencies
- Lower American River water quality monitoring shows elevated levels of E. coli bacteria
- Water Available for Aquifer Replenishment report released by Department of Water Resources
- March’s Precipitation helped but was no Miracle; Snowpack increased to 52 percent of average
- Updated Water Allocations for Friant and North of the Delta Contractors released by Reclamation
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Five Diverse California Business Associations Endorse, Join Cadiz Water Project Support List
A diverse group of five leading California business associations have joined a growing group of elected officials and organizations in support of the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project (Cadiz Water Project). The Cadiz Water...
- Posted March 30, 2018
OC Water District’s Mike Wehner named Recycled Water Advocate of the Year
With more than 40 years of experience and leadership in recycled water quality, Orange County Water District’s (OCWD) Assistant General Manager Michael (Mike) Wehner has been named Recycled Water Advocate of the Year by the WateReuse California...
- Posted March 29, 2018
Veteran Water Manager Deborah Smith named new Executive Officer of Los Angeles Water Board
With more than 30 years in the water industry, Deborah Smith has been named the new Executive Officer of Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board. She is replacing Samuel Unger upon his retirement on March 31....
- Posted March 28, 2018
SB 955 moves to Senate Rules Committee
Senate Bill 955, introduced in January by Senator Jim Nielsen (R-4th District-Red Bluff) to create a citizens advisory commission for the Oroville Dam, has been amended and referred on to the Senate Rules Committee. The bill aims...
- Posted March 27, 2018
First Associate Vice President in Water and Sustainability appointed at Fresno State University
Fresno State University (FSU) has appointed its First Associate Vice President (AVP) in Water and Sustainability as part of its quest to solidify its reputation as a national leader in applied research on water. Thomas C. Esqueda...
- Posted March 26, 2018
Lake Oroville Spillways Construction Team completes Underground Secant Pile Cutoff Wall
Intense work continues at the Lake Oroville Spillways and the Department of Water Resources (DWR) recently announced in its most recent update that the emergency spillway’s underground secant pile cutoff wall was completed on March 7 and...
- Posted March 25, 2018
Updated Water Allocations for Friant and North of the Delta Contractors released by Reclamation
An updated allocation summary for some Central Valley Project (CVP) contractors and an increase in the allocation to Friant Division contractors for the 2018 contract year was released this week by the Bureau of Reclamation. The newest...
- Posted March 24, 2018
UTC Aerospace Systems aims to save additional 25-million gallons of water at Santa Fe Springs site
After nearly three years of initiative planning, design and construction with the state of California and the local municipal water district, UTC Aerospace Systems (UTCAS) has launched first U.S.-based water reclamation initiative at its manufacturing facility in...
- Posted March 23, 2018
Bureau of Reclamation announces three grant opportunities as part of the WaterSMART program
In an effort to plan for and implement actions to increase water supply reliability, the Bureau of Reclamation has announced three funding opportunities for fiscal year 2018. Through the Department of the Interior’s WaterSMART program initiative, Reclamation...
- Posted March 22, 2018
New Melones Lake Park announces new manager, publishes spring activities calendar
Long-time Bureau of Reclamation employee Cynthia Davenport has been selected as the New Melones Lake Park manager and will assume the responsibilities for the daily operation and maintenance of the recreation resources at the Northern California site...
- Posted March 21, 2018