Bruce Houdesheldt Becomes Mayor of Roseville

Wednesday, Dec 21st, 2022

On December 21, 2022, NCWA’s Director of Water Quality, Bruce Houdesheldt, became the 58th Mayor in the City Roseville’s 113-year history. Since before Roseville’s incorporation in 1909 it has had a long history of  proactive and comprehensive water resource planning  to maintain the quality, reliable services customers have grown to expect. Houdesheldt brings to the position … Continue reading “Bruce Houdesheldt Becomes Mayor of Roseville”

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NCWA Welcomes New Legislative Affairs Director

Monday, Dec 19th, 2022

The Northern California Water Association (NCWA) is pleased to welcome Ivy Brittain as our new Legislative Affairs Director. We are very excited that Ivy will be joining our team as we work to advance the economic, social, and environmental sustainability of the Sacramento Valley by enhancing and safeguarding its water supplies and water quality for the rich … Continue reading “NCWA Welcomes New Legislative Affairs Director”

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The Fixer, Sean Earley

Friday, Dec 16th, 2022

  The sight of cigarette smoke spiraling upward toward the porch ceiling is an image Sean Earley will never forget. In the scene, his grandfather is leaning back on the wood bench resigned to his sweat-drenched plaid shirt and dirt-caked boots, all in an effort to locate a moment of peace before the sun falls … Continue reading “The Fixer, Sean Earley”

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Are Salmon Recovery Projects Effective? The Importance of Habitat Monitoring

Wednesday, Dec 14th, 2022

By Todd Manley In a recent blog (see below), Erica Bishop with the Water Forum described the monitoring occurring this fall to determine if the habitat projects the Water Forum has been implementing for the past decade and a half are being effectively utilized by Chinook salmon for spawning and rearing activities. This monitoring is … Continue reading “Are Salmon Recovery Projects Effective? The Importance of Habitat Monitoring”

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