Monthly Archives: May 2016

California Water Plan Enews – 5/25/16

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • Listening sessions will give public chance to discuss governor’s executive order
  • Emergency groundwater regulations for state’s GSAs to take effect next month
  • San Joaquin Valley groundwater briefing set for next week in Fresno
  • Updated website offers easier access to California water quality information
  • SWAMP to host water boards’ first Water Quality Science Symposium
  • Climate change data tools offered online by California Climate Commons

California Water Plan ENews – 5/18/16

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • Panel releases final draft of report on landscape water use efficiency
  • GSP symposium for groundwater sustainability agencies set for next month
  • Salt and nitrate plan on agenda for Central Valley water board
  • NOAA dashboard offers one-stop shopping for national water data
  • Fish and Wildlife accepting applications for restoration grants
  • Comment period opens for California Urban River Grant Program guidelines
  • Defense Department report considers scenarios for rising sea levels

California Water Plan ENews – 5/11/16

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • Governor’s order sets course for California’s new water efficiency framework
  • Emergency regulations for groundwater sustainability to be considered May 18
  • Calculating a household’s water footprint is now only a few clicks away
  • An opportunity for water professionals to meet with peers to discuss conservation
  • Free workshop offers lessons beyond the basics of drought-tolerant landscapes
  • EPA hopes to build relationships that improve water-efficient landscaping

California Water Plan ENews – 5/4/16

This week’s California Water Plan eNews includes:

  • California Water Plan website gets new look in preparation for Update 2018
  • White paper sets the stage for report on water available for groundwater replenishment
  • Newsletter provides details on tool for planning green projects in urban areas
  • Farm projects receive $16 million to improve water and energy efficiency
  • Delta committee will get updates on science actions and adaptive approaches
  • Water association’s spring conference set for later this month