The rain likely will not cause problems with crops harvested in mid-October, including nuts and feed corn, said Roger Duncan, a farm adviser with the University of California Cooperative Extension in Stanislaus County. Original article Source: California Water News feed… Read More

Five years of drought have brought both big challenges and big changes to California’s urban water systems. … Experts around the world are watching how Californian cities think, research and innovate to create a path of sustainable growth in a future with fewer water resources. Meet some of the crucial voices our editors and contributors look… Read More

As the world’s weather becomes more erratic so too does predicting how much fresh water will be available for human use. ISciences, an Ann Arbor-based research group, has set out to remedy this problem with a novel approach to predicting changes in water availability up to nine months in advance everywhere on the planet. Original… Read More