Sites Reservoir Needed for Reliable Water Future

August 1, 2019

A flexible, reliable water supply is essential to California’s economy and to the job creation and job security goals of California’s working families. Reliability and […]

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Sites Reservoir proposed site

Sites Reservoir – Improved Resilience for California in Wet, Dry and Average Years

August 1, 2019

As California seeks water resiliency and solutions to prepare for more extreme wet and dry years, Sites Reservoir emerges as an innovative 21st century water […]

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California Needs to Build Sites Reservoir. Here’s Why.

July 7, 2019

California’s aging water infrastructure desperately needs an upgrade. Shorter, more intense rain storms, less snowpack and more prolonged stretches of drought reflect the reality of […]

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News Archive

Key Conflicts Roil California’s Ever-Evolving Waterscape

May 15, 2019

As 2018 was winding down, one of California’s leading newspapers suggested, via a front-page, banner-headlined article, that the drought that […]

Reservoir Project Will Boost Storage, Increase Environmental Flows in Northern California

May 1, 2019

Sites Civil Engineering Magazine Article

Ducks Unlimited Submits Letter in Support of Sites Reservoir

April 22, 2019

Today, Ducks Unlimited joined California Waterfowl Association and Grasslands Water District in support of the Sites Reservoir Project Act through […]

California Should Stop Thinking About More Dams. The State is Brimming With Them

March 4, 2019

Think California should build a lot more dams to catch these deluges? Forget it. Yes, the next severe drought is […]

Garamendi Introduces Sites Reservoir Project Act

February 28, 2019

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressmen John Garamendi (D-CA) introduced the Sites Reservoir Project Act (H.R.1453) to provide federal support for the construction […]

Commentary: Sites Reservoir Offers Innovative Water Solutions

February 20, 2019

Managing our state’s water resources remains one of the greatest challenges that will continue to face California policy makers well […]

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