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Aug 21, 2020
Poor Planning
The California Public Utilities Commission had assumed that hydroelectric plants would provide as much as 8,000 megawatts when demand peaked this summer. But...

Aug 21, 2020
No Canal Fix
That means it no longer includes any money.

Aug 19, 2020
La Nina by Fall
A month ago, the center put the chances at 53%.

Aug 18, 2020
World Record
...was reached on Sunday afternoon at Death Valley in California’s Mojave Desert.

Aug 18, 2020
Chinatown Moment
...farmers and some water managers are worrying about the growing shadow of one of the region’s largest land owners.

Aug 18, 2020
Raising Shasta
Since 1979, California voters have authorized 21 waterless water bonds totaling $32 billion and not one new source water reservoir has been built.

Aug 17, 2020
Klamath & Courts
...continued use of the courts to determine the future of the Klamath is having real impacts on people, farms and fish.

Aug 17, 2020
Fish Survey
These surveys help scientists understand how fishes are responding to natural- and human-caused changes to the Estuary.

Aug 16, 2020
Dollars for Valley
...that would provide over $390 million for water projects.

Aug 16, 2020
Court Sides w/DSC
The Appellate Court decision had sided with the Council on all remaining issues from a suite of 2013 lawsuits that challenged the Council’s Delta Plan.

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