Forward Progress to Reactivate our Floodplains in the Sacramento Valley

Thursday, Jul 11th, 2019

The Northern California Water Association recently joined a broad coalition of conservation organizations, landowners, local governments, water suppliers and academic institutions to applaud the Governor and the Legislature for including nearly $100 million in the 2019-2020 State Budget for important investments to improve public safety, enhance water security and provide fish and wildlife habitat. The … Continue reading “Forward Progress to Reactivate our Floodplains in the Sacramento Valley”

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Governor and Legislature Advance Voluntary Agreements in the State Budget

Monday, Jul 1st, 2019

On Thursday, the Newsom Administration and the State Legislature approved a commitment of $70 million in the 2019-2020 State Budget for a comprehensive series of innovative fish and wildlife habitat enhancement actions identified in the collaborative Bay-Delta Voluntary Agreement proposals. This is a significant, early investment in the success of the Voluntary Agreements. The Governor … Continue reading “Governor and Legislature Advance Voluntary Agreements in the State Budget”

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Governor Newsom and Legislative Leaders Advance Funding for Safe Drinking Water Solutions for All Californians

Friday, Jun 28th, 2019

The Northern California Water Association applauds Gov. Newsom and the Legislature‚Äôs decisive action to advance a secure funding source for the drinking water needs of communities statewide. This week, Governor Newsom signed the 2019-2020 state budget which includes over $160 million in combined funding to help ensure that all California communities have access to safe … Continue reading “Governor Newsom and Legislative Leaders Advance Funding for Safe Drinking Water Solutions for All Californians”

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Monitoring Results in the Sacramento Valley Show Continued Water Quality Protection for Aquatic Species and Drinking Water

Thursday, Jun 13th, 2019

The 2018 Annual Monitoring Report (Monitoring Report) submitted on May 1, 2019 to the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Water Board) by the Sacramento Valley Water Quality Coalition (Coalition) shows a continuing trend of excellent water quality. The Report characterizes potential water quality impacts of agricultural drainage from a broad geographic area … Continue reading “Monitoring Results in the Sacramento Valley Show Continued Water Quality Protection for Aquatic Species and Drinking Water”

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