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CA Farm Water 23h
Food Grows Where Water Flows
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CA Waterkeepers Oct 20
is putting pressure on CA’s water system. But there is another, immediate threat to our right to : rising rates from irresponsible & destructive ocean projects. Here's why we say : .
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Maven Oct 19
WESTERN GROUNDWATER CONGRESS: Multiple perspectives on groundwater-surface water interactions under SGMA
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CWEA 13h
Popcorn 🍿☑️ cool tap water 🥤☑️ time for Netflix and streaming , a hopeful and inspiring story about water. Several innovators are featured. "It's a great film and we all need to see it," Liam Neason.
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Yuba Water Agency 15h
is a reminder of the importance of wise management. We help protect 's water resources by investing in infrastructure improvements, sustainable groundwater management, conservation programs and more. More info:
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San Diego County Water Authority Oct 20
"One of biggest misconceptions about working in the water industry is that only engineers and water technicians work in this industry, instead, there is a variety of different professions.” -- Litsa Tzozolis, Public Affairs Rep II
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Dan Bacher Oct 20
CA DWR reduces loan for after discovering "accounting error." I'm the only journalist following the money behind 's bad water policies. Newsom has taken $755,198 from , including $116,800 from the .
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Sierra Club California Water Committee 16h
Mayor Garcetti Tells MWD to Focus on Affordability, Local Water Investment - Under Kightlinger, MWD has been among the most aggressive proponents of a project to build a $16B tunnel to divert river water from the SF Bay Delta, located in NorCal.
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Sustainable Conservation Oct 14
Water pooling in our aquifers. Salmon scales flickering in our streams. Clean water and clear skies in abundance for all – these beautiful details add up to big change across CA. See what your support made possible in 2019
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CA Farm Water Oct 19
Did you know that CA produces almost all of the country’s artichokes? We produce 99.99% of all domestically-produced. CA's artichoke farmers are among the most efficient in the world, producing more crop per drop than many of our international trading partners.
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ESTUARYNews Oct 20
Makeover for Franks Tract Salt Trap? What began as a project to convert a submerged island into a habitat for native fish has morphed into a multi-benefit package w/ additional payoffs for water quality and recreation. Read ➡️
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Water Education Foundation 21h
Lawsuits against a Kern County sustainability agency show SGMA's potential effect for farmers and others with historic, overlying rights, via , top story in today's Aquafornia.
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Maven 21h
Want to stay on top of California groundwater issues? Sign up for the Groundwater Exchange's weekly newsletter, and get groundwater news and updates on the latest content in the Groundwater Exchange
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Restore the Delta Oct 19
Join us tomorrow at 5:30 for our Town Hall! We will update our members on processes, Delta news, the tunnel, flood planning, harmful algal blooms, Federal legislation, and other general information items. More information here:
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Bowles Farming Co Oct 19
First day of on the ! Extra long staple means superior quality. California grown means protections and pay for workers and strong environmental regulations. All cotton is not the same! transformed into .
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Reg Water Auth Oct 20
Tomorrow is , a day to consider what life would be like without flowing from our taps with every turn. Local water managers have a plan to both today and in a future with . Learn more:
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Cultivate California Oct 20
How many colors can you include? Adding a variety of colors to your meal often means more vitamins and nutrients that are included!
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Dr. Ann Willis Oct 17
It's a quiet, and even dry, time for California's rivers, but we will start to see more flow even before the first storms. The end of irrigation diversions (both surface and pumping) and leaf drop will all bring flows up.
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Maven 16h
PANEL DISCUSSION: Emerging legal issues in SGMA implementation: Panel discusses water rights and pumping allocations, groundwater recharge as a beneficial use, public trust doctrine and groundwater, and the fee authorities for GSAs
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Dr. Ann Willis Oct 18
One stream is warm, dark, and murky, the month cold and clear. But both are rich in nutrients (though not the same kinds - one is definitely more desirable then the other!).
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