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Op-ed: Protecting Santa Clara County’s water future in the face of climate change

March 19, 2021

This year, I have the privilege of serving as chairperson of the Valley Water Board of Directors. Our agency and community are facing many challenges, […]

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Barring ‘Miracle,’ Farm Water Will Be in Short Supply

March 3, 2021

“We need a Miracle March,” Kern County almond grower Don Davis says, expressing the concern of many farmers as California drops deeper into drought. The […]

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Sites Reservoir Receives $13.7 Million in Federal Spending Bill

January 4, 2021

The Sites Reservoir was awarded $13.7 million in the 2021 federal spending bill. The 2021 federal spending bill was signed into law Sunday by President […]

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News Archive

Doing Every Possible to Have Water Storage for Drought

September 2, 2020

It’s all about helping Californian’s including the farmers during drought. “That’s right. I mean, we know that we are having […]

It’s Time to Re-Envision The California Water System

September 2, 2020

At the same time, numerous crises have highlighted our many vulnerabilities: drought, new groundwater restrictions, endless stumbling blocks in the […]

Portfolio Outlines Actions to Address Water Problems

August 5, 2020

Now that Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration has released a final California Water Resilience Portfolio, farm organizations say they will monitor […]

Sites News Release: Final Water Resilience Portfolio Names Sites

July 29, 2020

Sites Reservoir has been named as one of several water projects in the state’s final Water Resilience Portfolio released yesterday.

Sites Reservoir proposed site

Newsom Lays Out Big Dreams for California’s Water Future

July 28, 2020

Touting ways to shield California’s most precious resource from climate change, Governor Gavin Newsom released strategies Tuesday to improve drinking […]

Editorial: Smaller Sites Makes it More Likely

May 15, 2020

The decision to reduce the size of the planned Sites Reservoir might appear to be a setback, but it’s really […]

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