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State scientists are conducting the final snow surveys across the Sierra Nevada today to measure the mountain snowpack.The Sierra snowpack provides about one-third of the water for California homes, farms and industry.Scientists will be using
For three months, about all anybody wanted was for it to rain and snow, and it wouldn't. Now, after a wet March and early April, about all most want is a warm, blue-sky day, and maybe a pretty lake...We chose Lake Oroville, where you could cast into
Merced County is hardly Roswell, but don't tell that to the dozens of drivers who pulled over on the side of Highway 152 to snap photos of an unidentified flying object over the Pacheco Pass Monday morning...Luis Lara of the California Highway Patrol'
Short-term water supplies for San Diego and the rest of the state improved significantly in March, when mountain snow levels shot up in key areas. The state Department of Water Resources said Monday that it now can meet 60 percent of the requests
In addition to reports on favorite places, I also feature easy day trips to areas that may be a bit less spectacular, but which are close to home and provide reliable recreation. Over time it is my goal to visit and report on all outdoor recreation
21 PM Text Size: tool goes here Where do you start if you're a small town trying to clean up tainted drinking water?...Dozens of farm- worker com- munities live with tap water that is considered unsafe and wait for state help.
Santa Barbara County officials will hold the first in a series of meetings on Dec. Buellton to discuss the county's Integrated Regional Water Management Plan and the disbursal of $3.6 million worth of grants from the California Department of Water
It seems, though, according to county leaders, that agreements have been made without considering the major stakeholders in the region. On Tuesday, the Solano County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to send a memorandum to the U.S. Department
Already paying more for using less water, Californians are being warned to brace for even higher rates in the coming years as the state moves on a number of fronts to slow global warming, protect the environment and build a reliable supply network.
The plan is part of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Reform Act of 2009, which also includes water supply planning and ecosystem restoration. The state does not have money to implement changes now, but parks department officials said planning will