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California Policy Center Analyzes Funding Investments in California’s Recent Water Bonds

Thursday, Aug 16th, 2018

  Recent commentary by California Policy Center President Edward Ring shows some illuminating features regarding the funding contained in the recently passed water bonds (Proposition 68 in June and Proposition 1 in November 2014), as well as Proposition 3, which voters will see on the November 2018 ballot. The California Policy Center is a non-partisan … Continue reading California Policy Center Analyzes Funding Investments in California’s Recent Water Bonds

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SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR SPECIALTY CROPS IN THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY

Friday, Aug 10th, 2018

Specialty Crops in the Sacramento Valley- An Exploration of Groundwater Recharge Opportunities By David Shabazian,  Rural-Urban Connections Strategy Manager, Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) SACOG’s Sustainable Water Management Strategies for Specialty Crops in the Sacramento Valley examined scenarios to consider optimal locations for strategic flooding of cropland to maximize groundwater infiltration and improve water supply … Continue reading SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR SPECIALTY CROPS IN THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY

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Farming, Birds and Fish in Harmony: Gorrill Ranch Celebrates 100 Years in the Sacramento Valley!

Friday, Aug 3rd, 2018

By Correen Nichols Davis, Managing Partner/Chairman, Gorrill Ranch On Friday, July 20, our family and business had the pleasure of welcoming friends and community members to our farm in the beautiful Sacramento Valley to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Gorrill Ranch.  The Gorrill Ranch is my family’s 4th generation family farming operation.  We grow … Continue reading Farming, Birds and Fish in Harmony: Gorrill Ranch Celebrates 100 Years in the Sacramento Valley!

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New Approaches to Implement the Endangered Species Act in California

Friday, Jul 27th, 2018

  A Focus on Recovery Planning and Action With all the discourse surrounding the Endangered Species Act, some observations from the Sacramento Valley may be instructive to these discussions. From our perspective, various parties in California have been fighting for several decades over the Biological Opinions (BiOps) involving the Bay-Delta and the related river systems. … Continue reading New Approaches to Implement the Endangered Species Act in California

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