Category Archives: Water

Desalination Support Strong

A good article from the Association of California Water Agencies, about a recent survey one hopes soon begins to guide public leadership to grapple with desalination in California; maybe we can drink our way out of rising oceans. An excerpt. … Continue reading

Posted in Environmentalism, Water

Parkway Still Flooded

As this story from the Sacramento Bee reports, which is what happens when you don’t have enough water storage in the American River. An excerpt. The wettest winter in Northern California history ended the drought and produced an abundant Sierra … Continue reading

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California Should do Better

That is the message from this article in Fox & Hounds about water policy. An excerpt. No matter the crisis, the State Water Resource Control Board (SWRCB), Governor Brown and the Democratic super-majority-controlled Legislature — despite their best efforts — … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Water

Water Policy in California

It is misguided, as this article from the California Water Alliance makes clear. An excerpt. No one questions the need for Californians to avoid wasting water and conserving our precious water resources. Water we need for our people, cities, environment, … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Water

Policy Caused Drought

Great article from the California Water Alliance. An excerpt. “After a two-month delay and with a snowpack that is 200 percent above normal, in at time of brimming-full reservoirs, statewide flooding not seen since the 1890’s and with receding memories … Continue reading

Posted in Environmentalism, Government, Politics, Water

If it Looks Like a Policy…

Friday’s post looked at the consequences of non-action appearing to be action not publically stated and this recent story in the Wall Street Journal concludes with the same thought: An excerpt. Reservoirs and rivers are overflowing as storms have pounded … Continue reading

Posted in Government, Shasta Auburn Dam, Water

Water Storage

The capability to store more water above the Folsom Dam increases the viability of the American River Parkway, protecting it from the regular flooding, erosion, and loss of habitat in the process, which makes this a must read from Agnet … Continue reading

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