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Harvesting the Rain in Ventura County – Part Two

Harvesting the Rain in Ventura County – Part Two

By Tim Pompey Ventura County Water Agencies Discuss Stormwater Capture West County Most of the western county’s water supply comes from the watershed of the Ventura river and is stored in Lake Casitas. Casitas, like other local reservoirs, has suffered greatly from the drought. In the City of Ventura, Tully Clifford, the Public Works Director […]

Harvesting the Rain in Ventura County – Part One

Harvesting the Rain in Ventura County – Part One

By Tim Pompey Ventura County Water Agencies Discuss Stormwater Capture The Question Tell me if you’ve ever wondered about this question: Now that the rains have returned, why don’t we work harder to capture some of this water that we see rushing down rivers and creeks and out to the ocean? It’s a good question […]

Water Scarce to Recharge Groundwater Basins

Water Scarce to Recharge Groundwater Basins

New Report Shows Recent storms underscore the need for more innovation and investment  A first-of-its-kind analysis of California’s water resources shows that bringing local groundwater basins into sustainable balance — as state law demands – will require investments and innovations in integrated water management including conservation, storm water capture, recycling, desalination, water transfers, diversion, conveyance […]

Fox Canyon GMA Workshop Notice – November 15, 2016

Fox Canyon GMA Workshop Notice – November 15, 2016

DWR Regulations to Guide Local Sustainable Groundwater Management Plans Approved by California Water Commission

DWR Regulations to Guide Local Sustainable Groundwater Management Plans Approved  by California Water Commission

“Today we reach a major milestone in California’s quest to sustainably manage groundwater,” said DWR Director Mark Cowin. “These regulations will help communities bring aquifers into balance and prepare for a changing climate and future droughts.” Groundwater is vital to California and supplies over a third of the water Californians use, and as much as […]

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Where Do We Stand in the Quest for Sustainable Groundwater Management?

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Where Do We Stand in the Quest for Sustainable Groundwater Management?

At the intersection of water and politics, clinic a cross section of water professionals including agency staff, engineers, attorneys and consultants convened in Sacramento March 30 to spend a day with an outstanding lineup of legislators and administration officials at the Groundwater Resources Association (GRA) and California Groundwater Coalition’s (CGC) Annual Legislative Symposium. The title […]

[CitizensNewswire] State of California flouts its own enviro laws, claims county threatening multi-million-dollar suit

[CitizensNewswire] State of California flouts its own enviro laws, claims county threatening multi-million-dollar suit

Ventura: Community members invited to Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) Formation Committee — January 28 @ 6pm

Ventura: Community members invited to Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) Formation Committee — January 28 @ 6pm

DWR: Oxnard Basin Number Three on Critically Overdrafted Basins

DWR:  Oxnard Basin Number Three on Critically Overdrafted Basins

California Groundwater Law Tests State’s Capacity to Oversee A Vital Resource

California Groundwater Law Tests State’s Capacity to Oversee A Vital Resource
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