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Proposition 3 is Good for Birds and Makes Important Investments for the Pacific Flyway

Thursday, Sep 6th, 2018

In November, California voters will have the opportunity to pass Proposition 3, the largest environmental habitat and water bond in California’s history. Proposition 3 will make significant investments to help serve water for multiple benefits in the Sacramento Valley and throughout California. One of the beneficiaries of this investment would be the birds and other species that … Continue reading Proposition 3 is Good for Birds and Makes Important Investments for the Pacific Flyway

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A Path Forward to Restore Safe Drinking Water in California

Wednesday, Aug 22nd, 2018

  The California Urban Water Agencies (CUWA) recently prepared a very thoughtful briefing report on Restoring Water Accessibility in California that is worth review and consideration by policy makers. The theme for the report is that “We Can Act NOW to Restore Safe and Reliable Drinking Water to Californians.” With more than a hundred thousand … Continue reading A Path Forward to Restore Safe Drinking Water in California

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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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