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Edge of Drought Tour August 27th to 29th, 2019

Edge of Drought Tour August 27th to 29th, 2019

This two-and-a-half-day tour will traverse parts of Southern California and venture into the Santa Barbara region, hit hard by the 2012-16 drought, wildfires and mudslides. Although Santa Barbara County recently lifted its drought emergency declaration after this winter’s storms replenished local reservoirs, the region’s hydrologic recovery often has lagged behind much of the rest of the state. […]

Dry Winter Sparks Fears of Another Drought in California

Dry Winter Sparks Fears of Another Drought in California

The snowpack that’s essential for California’s water supply is at critically low levels again this year, raising fears of the return of a drought. On Thursday, researchers from the state’s Department …

California’s other drought: A major earthquake is overdue

California’s other drought: A major earthquake is overdue

By Richard Aster, Professor of Geophysics, Colorado State University. Fires break out across San Francisco after the April 18, 1906 earthquake. USGS California earthquakes are a geologic …

Cracks found in new Oroville Dam spillway, but officials say don’t worry

Cracks found in new Oroville Dam spillway, but officials say don’t worry

BY DALE KASLER AND RYAN SABALOW [email protected] NOVEMBER 28, 2017 02:30 PM UPDATED 1 MINUTE AGO Hairline cracks have been detected in sections of the newly reconstructed flood-control spillway at Oroville Dam. State and federal officials said they’re confident the cracks don’t pose a safety problem and don’t need to be repaired. However, the state […]

Ventura Mayor Erik Nasarenko Discusses Current City Issues

Ventura Mayor Erik Nasarenko Discusses Current City Issues

By Our Ventura TV Ventura Mayor, Erik Nasarenko, speaks with Sandra Siepak about the City of Ventura’s finances, ongoing drought and the library system. Nasarenko touches upon recent sales tax increase, homelessness, support for the Museum of Ventura County and other matters. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

After Drought, California Looks to Replenish Aquifers

After Drought, California Looks to Replenish Aquifers

At the Terranova Ranch near Fresno, California, general manager Don Cameron examines grapes in a vineyard that workers flooded last spring. Winter rains had ended a severe drought and he was engaged in “groundwater recharge,” returning unused water from the North Fork of the Kings River to an underground aquifer, the source of irrigation for […]

Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Market Shares a Perspective on the Effects of the Drought

Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Market Shares a Perspective on the Effects of the Drought

The California drought has taken a toll on cities and individuals and especially those in farming.  Farmers with the Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Market Association share their perspective on the long-lasting drought. Greg Mitchell with Blue Ridge Honey reports that even with a substantial amount of rain this past season, certain types of sage, buckwheat […]

Why California Has Been Getting Major Rainfall After Years Of Drought

Why California Has Been Getting Major Rainfall After Years Of Drought

California’s terrain is so diverse, spanning almost the entire West Coast, that the Golden State gets it all, from earthquakes to snow and drought. In some areas, tepid year round temperatures and few rainy days are welcome staples, even tourist attractions. So imagine everyone’s surprise when the state, which was in a drought for the […]

Nationwide Drought of Last Few Years is Over in the U.S.

Nationwide Drought of Last Few Years is Over in the U.S.

This exciting new report says that drought within in the United States has fallen to about 6.1% within the lower 48 states – which is the lowest it has been in 17 years. Since the U.S. Drought Monitor was created almost two decades ago, it has delivered weekly data sets on the prevalence of drought […]

Commentary: Governor Brown’s never-ending drought emergency

Commentary: Governor Brown’s never-ending drought emergency

By Aubrey Bettencourt  It is also time that Governor Brown’s appointed agencies stop playing games and begin the construction of new storage as Californians passed a water bond in 2014. Question: When is California’s drought emergency over? Answer: When Gov. Jerry Brown says it’s over. In January 2014, acting after two successive dry years, Governor Edmund […]

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