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Feb 25, 2015
Insanity!!
You can see all the millions of acre feet farmers have had to do without over the past twenty years, yet no improvement to fish populations. ... more

Feb 19, 2015
Keeping Up With the SWRCB
No one can give any definitive testimony that all the water we devote to the smelt is doing them any good. ... more

Feb 09, 2015
"I'm From the Government, and..."
Now we know all we need to know about their plan in this headline from the San Francisco Chronicle, "Federal drought relief money to help state save salmon run." ... more
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Mar 03, 2015
Water wars escalate in Legislature with new proposals

Mar 03, 2015
Urban Water Conservation s From 22 Percent to Near 9 Percent in January

Mar 03, 2015
Third Manual Snow Survey Confirms Shrinking Water Content

Mar 03, 2015
Twelve years is a very short time.

Mar 03, 2015
Waiving Environmental Rules Causes Unreasonable Impacts to Bay-Delta's Fish and Wildlife

Mar 03, 2015
State to deliver more water, but not from Lake Oroville

Mar 03, 2015
County groundwater ordinance on agenda; farmers rally agency to halt sale

Mar 03, 2015
Scientists explain how climate change helps fuel California drought

Mar 03, 2015
Kern County Water Agency, Metropolitan, and the State Water Contractors react to slight increase in

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Feb 25, 2015
No Strategy for Water
Just a series or knee jerk reactions which triggerrnuseless arguments instead of getting anything done. ... more

Feb 25, 2015
NRDC Response
The enormous state and federal water pumps are a central focus of thernDelta's health for the simple and indisputable reason that they have an outsize influence ... more

Feb 25, 2015
Misleading Information
DWR’s published figures show urban use accounting for 8.9%,rnagricultural use at 40.9% and environmental use at 50.2%. ... more

Feb 20, 2015
What about other habitat?
The State of California and the Federal Government have provided habitat for millions of fish along 444 miles ... more

Feb 18, 2015
Water Treatment Plant
Without building some raw water storage that's under its control the city may find itself not being able to operate those river water treatment plants ... more

Feb 11, 2015
Vidak on Green Jobs
This is blatant coastal elitism at its worst. ... more

Feb 11, 2015
Delta Pumping Policy Outrageous
The State pumps (Banks) are exporting over 10,000 AF per day. But the CVP pumps arerunning at 1 unit, 1700+ AF/day ... more

Dec 27, 2014
Water Goes to the Ocean
And the only plan is to offer buckets so we can catch the water? ... more

Dec 26, 2014
Labor and the Drought
The era of cheap food is over. ... more
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