WEEKLY DIGEST for July 21 to 28, 2017
A list of posts published on Maven’s Notebook this week … Note to readers: Sign up for weekly emails to receive this post delivered to your inbox on Fridays before 10am.
The state has just recently given you the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, or SGMA.
I think SGMA is an important opportunity, but to make it an important opportunity, you have to do much more than what SGMA does.
What is the effect of the amendment on the California Water Fix project?
This month’s question is regarding the recent Delta Plan amendment endorsed by the Delta Stewardship Council.
Randy Fiorini, Chair of the Delta Stewardship Council, and Osha Meserve, an attorney representing Local Agencies of the North Delta and other Delta interests, weigh in.
The amendment is proposed to be included as part of the overall Delta Plan that was originally adopted by the Council in May 2013.
by James E. Cloern, Jane Kay, Wim Kimmerer, Jeffrey Mount, Peter B. Moyle, and Anke Mueller–Solger; and Is Extinction Inevitable for Delta Smelt and Longfin Smelt?
ICYMI: CALIFORNIA WATER FIX: Metropolitan Water District posts second white paper on project operations Metropolitan Water District has posted its second white paper on the California Water Fix, Modernizing the System: California Water Fix Operations.
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