BLOG ROUND-UP: The Delta tunnels EIR; Winnemem Wintu partners with Go Fund Me for salmon project; PPIC weighs in on conservation policy debate; CA’s shameful lack of conservation innovation; Lost to the sea; and more blog commentary …
BLOG ROUND-UP: The Delta tunnels EIR; Winnemem Wintu partners with Go Fund Me for salmon project; PPIC weighs in on conservation policy debate; CA’s shameful lack of conservation innovation; Lost to the sea; and more blog commentary ….
… ” Read more from Alex Breitler’s blog here: More confusion than clarity in tunnels EIR Winnemem Wintu partners with Go Fund Me to finance first salmon relocation & restoration project: Dan Bacher writes, “After a seven-year campaign to get the attention of federal agencies, the Winnemem Wintu Tribe is poised to take a major step in bringing home the descendants of the McCloud River Chinook salmon from the rivers of New Zealand.
So traditionally measurement and leakage have been pretty much ignored.
” Continue reading at the Aguanomics blog here: California’s shameful lack of conservation innovation Lost to the Sea: Families Protecting the Valley writes, “You can see almost 49,000,000 acre feet of water have flowed into the Delta and 45,000,000 have gone through and out to sea.
… ” Read more from Families Protecting the Valley here: Lost to the Sea Irrigation management in the Western states, as seen from overseas: “The transformation of the western United States by irrigation offers hope for developing countries looking for models to improve their irrigation system for food security or agricultural prosperity.
… ” Read more from the California Water Blog here: Irrigation management in the Western states, as seen from overseas Why drought makes water rates rise: Lori Pottinger writes, “For those in the business of selling water, drought often brings financial strains.
PPIC: Why do customers’ water rates sometimes rise during drought—even after big jumps in water conservation?
If the forecast holds, that’s enough of an increase in Mead storage, thanks to a larger-than average snowpack in the Rockies, to avoid a shortage that will kick in if (when?)
… ” Read more from the NRDC blog here: How Trump’s budget drains drinking water protections Sign up for daily email service and you’ll never miss a post!
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