Reimagining our Water System: Utilizing Natural Infrastructure—Reactivating our Floodplains

Wednesday, Sep 11th, 2019

The Northern California Water Association (NCWA) and water leaders in Northern California have appreciated the opportunity to engage with the Newsom Administration and our many partners to help develop and then implement “a water resilience portfolio (portfolio) that meets the needs of California’s communities, economy, and environment through the 21st century.” Building on the Governor’s … Continue reading “Reimagining our Water System: Utilizing Natural Infrastructure—Reactivating our Floodplains”

Read more »

Reimagining our Water System: Ensuring Access to Safe Drinking Water

Wednesday, Sep 4th, 2019

The Northern California Water Association (NCWA) and water leaders in Northern California have appreciated the opportunity to engage with the Newsom Administration and our many partners to help develop and then implement “a water resilience portfolio (portfolio) that meets the needs of California’s communities, economy, and environment through the 21st century.” We use the principles … Continue reading “Reimagining our Water System: Ensuring Access to Safe Drinking Water”

Read more »

Progress Continues on Yolo Bypass Floodplain Restoration

Friday, Aug 9th, 2019

Last month, the Department of Water Resources and the Bureau of Reclamation announced the final state and federal approval of the environmental impact report for the Yolo Bypass Salmonid Habitat Restoration and Fish Passage Project. The project will construct a 100 foot long, two-way fish passage facility on Fremont Weir and a 1.8 mile concrete … Continue reading “Progress Continues on Yolo Bypass Floodplain Restoration”

Read more »