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Improving Conditions for Salmon in the Sacramento River Basin

Thursday, Jan 31st, 2019

Several new projects and various functional flow arrangements were implemented this year in the Sacramento River Basin to promote salmon recovery as part of the Sacramento Valley Salmon Recovery Program. The numerous projects and flow arrangements that have been completed since 2000 to benefit salmon and other species of fish are chronicled in the document: … Continue reading Improving Conditions for Salmon in the Sacramento River Basin

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Vignettes on Local Groundwater Management in the Sacramento Valley

Friday, Jan 25th, 2019

Local leaders on the Sacramento Valley floor are well organized and coordinated with respect to groundwater management and the efforts to implement the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA). Local Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs) are all working hard to manage groundwater in a sustainable manner with a focus on completing the initial Groundwater Sustainability Plans (GSPs) … Continue reading Vignettes on Local Groundwater Management in the Sacramento Valley

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Sacramento River Basin Water Resources Managers Advance Voluntary Agreements as part of a Comprehensive Restoration Strategy for the Bay-Delta Watershed to Improve Fish and Wildlife 

Friday, Jan 11th, 2019

The Northern California Water Association (NCWA) and Sacramento River Basin water resources managers are fully committed to successfully advance voluntary agreements to implement water quality objectives in the State Water Board’s Water Quality Control Plan for the Bay-Delta (Bay-Delta Plan). A framework for voluntary agreements that includes agreements for the four major rivers in the Sacramento … Continue reading Sacramento River Basin Water Resources Managers Advance Voluntary Agreements as part of a Comprehensive Restoration Strategy for the Bay-Delta Watershed to Improve Fish and Wildlife 

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A Sailor, a Squall and a Scientist

Thursday, Dec 20th, 2018

It all started in the coastal town of Santa Barbara. It is here, along California’s southern most portion of the Central Coast, where Ted Sommer was preparing to fulfil his childhood dream. As early as he could remember, Ted had always been drawn to the ocean. And like his boyhood idol, famed sea explorer Jacques … Continue reading A Sailor, a Squall and a Scientist

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