BLOG ROUND-UP: Dangerous ideas in California water, Prop 1 arithmetic, Delta tunnels, Irrigating less, and more …
BLOG ROUND-UP: Dangerous ideas in California water, Prop 1 arithmetic, Delta tunnels, Irrigating less, and more ….
… ” Read more from the California Water Blog here: We hold our convenient truths to be self evident – Dangerous ideas in California water Remembering Prop 1: “Voters are being misled if they think they are going to get a meaningful amount of water out of new dams.” Families Protecting the Valley writes, “Do you remember Prop 1?
It was back in November of 2014 when the people of California voted to fund $2.7-billion for water storage projects in California.
… ” Read more from Families Protecting the Valley here: Simple Arithmetic: We want all the water we can get, but does this really deliver water to farms in a way that will really help?
… ” Read more from the Valley Economy blog here: Can $3 a month really pay for the tunnels?
… ” Read more from the Valley Economy blog here: Water Fix declining trend What is California’s tab for 1,2,3-TCP groundwater contamination?
The Division of Drinking Water set the standard for TCP at 5 parts per trillion (ppt) as a maximum contaminant level.
… ” Read more from the NCWA blog here: Natural Resources Agency announces Pacific Flyway investments Video: Sonar footage of River Garden’s salmon rearing structures: “It’s been just over three months since our salmon rearing habitat structures were placed in the Sacramento River downstream of the South Bonnyview Bridge near Redding, California.
… ” Read more and view footage from River Garden Farms here: Video: Sonar footage of River Garden’s salmon rearing structures American River chinook salmon: status and future: Tom Cannon writes, “The American River is one of the larger tributaries of the Sacramento River (Figure 1).
He described a number of risks, including … ” Read more from the PPIC blog here: Testimony: Managing California’s headwater forests Irrigating less: John Fleck writes, “In 1940, Los Angeles County had 250,000 acres of harvested cropland.