‘We got unlucky.’ Why melting Sierra snow won’t save California from extreme drought

May 8, 2021

California’s drought conditions have gone from bad to worse in scarcely a month. In the weeks following April 1, the traditional end of the rainy […]

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As Surface Water Supplies Dry Up, California Rice Growers Worry About Ripple Effect

May 6, 2021

California’s drought is impacting more than how you water your lawn, but also the way your food is grown on hundreds of thousands of acres […]

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Guest Opinion: Understanding the Tri-Valley’s water supply

April 26, 2021

May is Water Awareness Month. As we face the most significant spring drought since 2013, we want to share key information about the state of […]

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News Archive

Could Sites be California’s next big reservoir?, Western Farm Press

March 16, 2016

California’s latest drought has made the need for additional water storage self-evident to a larger segment of the population.

Editorial: Brown should focus on water storage, not tunnels and trains, Chico Enterprise Record

January 20, 2016

Gov. Jerry Brown has a grand stage and likely has some time to kill in his State of the State […]

Sites Reservoir has bipartisan support & Invest in dams and salmon, too, Sacramento Bee

January 2, 2016

The California Water Commission will be deciding on how to spend $2.7 billion in water bond money on water storage […]

California needs to invest in Sites reservoir, Sacramento Bee

December 16, 2015

California must develop a modern water system and strategy that includes greater flexibility to deal with climate change and a […]

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