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Not A Drop of Water Conserved in Flood Control Planned for the Santa Clara River

Not A Drop of Water Conserved in Flood Control Planned for the Santa Clara River

Overestimation of Ventura River/Foster Park Wellfield Water Supply

Overestimation of Ventura River/Foster Park Wellfield Water Supply

By Daniel Cormonde Ventura Water admittedly continues to wrongly overestimate the 2020 and 2025 amount of water available from the Ventura River and Foster Park wellfield.   Water rights do not equate to water availability.  Plans and data are being based on 1993 information which has been overcome by events and has become outdated. Foster Park Wellfield […]

EPA mine spill was preventable, not inevitable: Investigator

EPA mine spill was preventable, not inevitable: Investigator

DENVER – The Environmental Protection Agency botched the cleanup effort at the Gold King Mine by rushing to complete the job instead of taking precautions that would have prevented the disastrous toxic spill into the Animas River. A 132-page report released Thursday by the Interior Department and Bureau of Reclamation found that the Aug. 5 […]

Oxnard Milestone is GREAT – First delivery of Non-Potable Landscape Water

Oxnard Milestone is GREAT  –  First delivery of Non-Potable Landscape Water

By Sheryl Hamlin GREAT is the acronym for the city of Oxnard’s ambitious, buy multi-phased water project: Groundwater Recovery Enhancement and Treatment. GREAT Phase I, a brackish water desalter to supply treated recycled water into the potable water supply, was projected for 2007. It was described in this LA Times Article of 2002, The desalter […]

International Integrated Water Project©: New water supply for our parched land

International Integrated Water Project©: New water supply for our parched land

By Mohammed Hasan International Integrated Water Project© with Groundwater Alternative Hasan Consultants and Ocean Foresters   Synopsis Hasan Consultants and Ocean Foresters propose an innovation study to drought-proof Colorado River water users and increase business opportunities in the Coachella Valley and Mexico’s hydrologic regions I. Baja California Peninsula and II. Northwest. The International Integrated Water […]

Exaggerations make CA drought seem worse than it is

Exaggerations make CA drought seem worse than it is

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 A bold vision for plentiful water in Southern California

 A bold vision for plentiful water in Southern California

By George Miller Thinking outside of the box to supply California with water into the next century. With record-breaking droughts and burgeoning populations in the Southwestern states, the already inadequate water infrastructure won’t meet future needs of residential, agricultural and commercial users. Not only does California have about 40,000,000 thirsty people, but it also provides […]

Will we see a water bond on the November ballot?

Will we see a water bond on the November ballot?

As California suffers under another year of drought, viagra lawmakers in Sacramento debate the scope of yet another bond(s) to be paid for on the taxpayers’ credit card. No one is arguing the need to update the state’s aging water delivery and storage systems.  The sticking points center on the Sacramento River Delta: who will […]

Adapting to the drought- Landscaping

Adapting to the drought- Landscaping

By George Miller Southern California’s natural water supply is not adequate to support the many millions of people who live here, even in the best of times. So water is imported- from up north- Sacramento Delta, East from the Colorado River and other places- for Oxnard, 40% of consumption is now imported. During the current […]

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