The Trump administration signaled its support Wednesday for Rep. Jared Huffman’s controversial bill to extend the leases of several historic Point Reyes National Seashore ranches. Huffman, D-San Rafael, said with the end of the congressional session looming, the Senate’s intent may be to adopt an end-of-year public lands legislative package in which his bill could… Read More


Fairfax resident Larry Stratton was one attendee who spoke at the Marin Municipal Water District’s public forum on e-bikes at the Corte Madera Community Center on Tuesday. The district is considering revising its e-bike prohibition on the Mount Tamalpais watershed and held the forum to garner the public’s views. View Original Article Source: California Water… Read More


Burdensome and excessive federal regulations often delay or prohibit American businesses from investing in infrastructure or land development projects that will create jobs, grow crops and improve how we manage our natural resources. Upon taking office, President Trump initiated a process to review and replace these regulatory barriers, which included the Obama administration’s 2015 “waters… Read More


The State Water Board voted today [Dec. 11] to update its policy for recycled water, a move that promises to streamline the process for recycled water projects in the years to come. The newly amended Policy for Water Quality Control for Recycled Water (Recycled Water Policy) sets statewide goals for recycled water use and makes… Read More


CHICAGO (December 13, 2018) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing the re-establishment of the Great Lakes Advisory Board (GLAB) following EPA Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler’s approval of the Board’s charter.  Source: EPA Science Water News… Read More