Monthly Archives: April 2016

California Water Plan ENews – 4/27/16

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • Landscape workshop will help unite water agencies and the nursery industry
  • Flood and drought report includes two California case studies
  • Water shortages and drought to be discussed at San Diego conference
  • Conservation group offering workshop on climate change adaptation strategies
  • EPA offers states and tribes ideas for creating water quality standards
  • California’s integrated water system to be featured at mountain counties event

California Plan ENEWS – 4/20/16

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • Two sustainable groundwater management meetings scheduled for California tribes
  • Considering fire as a drought management tool in state forests
  • In-depth study looks at water use in single-family homes
  • Draft guidelines released for urban rivers program offering $20 million in grants
  • New request form offers path to assistance for small communities
  • Annual Green California Summit opens this week in Sacramento

California Water Plan ENEWS – 4/13/16

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • DWR accepting comments on draft water-energy grant documents
  • Seminar will take a look at recently adopted stormwater strategy
  • Technical panel to take up draft report on landscape water use efficiency
  • Free webinar to discuss what California can learn from Australia’s drought measures
  • Update on groundwater sustainability plans will be presented to CWC
  • Watershed University offers a free lesson to California water managers

California Water Plan Enews – 4/6/16

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • USGS offering funding to help support national groundwater network
  • Forest service and conservancy present webinar on California Headwaters Partnership
  • Water use efficiency training being offered in the Central Valley
  • CWEMF sets schedule for annual meeting and series of workshops
  • Investment program regulations to be discussed at water commission workshop
  • Sustainable communities and high-speed rail on Strategic Growth Council agenda
  • Scientific panel calls for coordinated action plan to preserve ocean chemistry