Seeking a Balanced Plan: Sacramento River Operations for 2021

Wednesday, Jun 9th, 2021

By Lewis Bair and Thad Bettner With the harshest dry year in recent memory, the Sacramento River Settlement Contractors (Settlement Contractors) are working closely with federal and state agencies, as well as our conservation partners, to continually improve our operations and serve water for multiple benefits, including water for cities and rural communities, farms, birds, fish, … Continue reading “Seeking a Balanced Plan: Sacramento River Operations for 2021”

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Ensuring High Quality Water for Communities, Ecosystems and Farms

Wednesday, Jun 2nd, 2021

By Bruce Houdesheldt I am now working through my third drought as the Director of Water Quality for Northern California Water Association (NCWA), where I have learned the importance of broadening my perspective beyond my own tap in Roseville that brings delicious American River water into my home. A pillar in NCWA’s Strategic Plan and 2021 … Continue reading “Ensuring High Quality Water for Communities, Ecosystems and Farms”

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Regional Water Authority Urges Urban Water Providers to Take Action to Help the Lower American River

Wednesday, May 26th, 2021

By Jim Peifer In response to the dry conditions in California, the Regional Water Authority (RWA) Board of Directors unanimously adopted a resolution on May 13 urging their urban water providers to take actions, such as asking customers to voluntary conserve and sustainably shifting to groundwater, to help the environment of the Lower American River. The RWA … Continue reading “Regional Water Authority Urges Urban Water Providers to Take Action to Help the Lower American River”

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