During the five-year California drought, water agencies complied with mandatory, state-ordered conservation measures. Homeowners let lawns go brown or replaced turf with drought-resistant landscaping. Low-flow showerheads, faucets and regulated sprinkler time were the new normal. Installing a backyard swimming pool? View Original Article Source: California Water News feed… Read More


The Comite Civico del Valle, an organization providing services to disadvantaged communities in the Imperial Valley, has received a $500,000 grant from the California Air Resource Board to expand its air monitoring program. With the grant, the organization is planning to expand their network of air monitors to the eastern Coachella Valley by adding 15… Read More


The State Water Resources Control Board released water saving numbers earlier this week, and reported statewide savings of 20.2 percent in May, compared to May 2013, the benchmark year for before the drought. View Original Article Source: California Water News feed… Read More


A local oversight committee will get to have a say as long-term changes are considered for the Oroville Dam, after Sen. Jim Nielsen and Assemblyman James Gallagher recently came to an agreement with the state Department of Water Resources. View Original Article Source: California Water News feed… Read More


WASHINGTON, D.C. — La Agencia de Protección Ambiental (EPA, por sus siglas en inglés) se ha unido con socios en los gobiernos a nivel federal, tribal, estatal y local en cuanto a la preparación para la temporada de huracanes 2018 en el Atlántico. Source: EPA Science Water News… Read More