The Western drought is worse than you think. Here’s why

July 21, 2021

It has lasted longer than the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. It’s dropped water levels perilously low at two of the nation’s largest reservoirs, forced […]

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California voters OK’d billions for water projects. Where are the new dams, reservoirs?

July 21, 2021

These barren, brown hills an hour northwest of Sacramento will be the future home of Sites Reservoir, one of the few major water projects to […]

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Drought-Stricken Western Districts Plan New Ways to Store Water

July 7, 2021

Driving through the Sacramento valley an hour north of California’s capital, most travelers notice nothing but a few cows grazing on grass scorched brown by […]

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News Archive

Zone 7 Aims To Secure Its Local Water Reliability

July 7, 2021

While a pair of reports recently completed by the Zone 7 Water Agency stated that the agency is well-positioned to […]

Fixing California – Part three: Achieving water abundance

July 5, 2021

As Californians face another drought, the official consensus response is more rationing. Buy washers that don’t work very well. Install […]

Sites Reservoir

June 24, 2021

Unfortunately this year is serving as yet another reminder of the limited amount of available surface water in our state. […]

Farmers Face Water Rights Curtailments, California Farm Bureau Reports

June 23, 2021

The California priority water rights system is being put to the test, as state regulators impose emergency regulations and send […]

Water Storage Is the Obvious Solution To Water Shortage

June 22, 2021

Scientists have told us to expect more precipitation and less snow, as well as a continuation of boom-or-bust water years, […]

California Fresh Fruit Association’s Ian LeMay Discusses California Drought; Water Infrastructure and Investments

June 14, 2021

Statistically, right now, we find ourselves in a one in 100-year drought. Ian LeMay, President of the California Fresh Fruit Association […]

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