Tag Archives: conservation

Sweetwater explores energy generation with floating solar array

Sweetwater Authority (Authority) is making strides toward carbon neutrality and costs savings by pursuing a floating solar array on Sweetwater Reservoir. The first of its kind in California, the project would significantly offset the Authority’s current energy demands by about 66 percent and reduce the Authority’s current electricity costs by …

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Adelanto joins Mojave Basin “One Water” plan

Partnership to generate water, jobs for tribal and farmworker communities

The City of Adelanto is the latest in a series of partnerships in recent days that has joined with Fenner Gap Mutual Water Company and Victor Valley water agencies to develop an integrated water management and infrastructure investment plan for the Mojave Basin region. As part of the agreement, Fenner …

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Sterling Natural Resource Center goes online

Cal Water Begins Delivering Recycled Water for Tesoro Viejo Master Mutual Water Company

The Sterling Natural Resource Center (SNRC) came online last week, recycling its ‘first drop of water’ at the brand new facility in Highland, Calif. East Valley Water District made the announcement that operations have begun at the state-of-the-art reclamation facility that will recycle up to 8 million gallons of wastewater …

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Partnership formed to protect surplus water

Southern California agencies partner to bank water for future droughts

San Gorgonio Pass Water Agency (SGPWA) will preserve excess water for later use under a one-time water exchange with Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency (AVEK). The historic partnership marks the first time SGPWA has ever stored water outside of the area to secure future supplies. After an exceptionally wet year, …

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Officials mark Oregon Gulch Rehabilitation Project completion

Officials mark Oregon Gulch Rehabilitation Project completion

The Bureau of Reclamation and the Trinity River Restoration Program hosted a ribbon cutting event earlier this month to celebrate the completion of the Oregon Gulch Channel Rehabilitation Project. The event included participation from Tribal, federal, state, and county leadership to mark the historic restoration achievement. “This ambitious project reflects …

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