Adapting to California’s “Weather Whiplash” with Forecast-Informed Reservoir Operations

Tuesday, Nov 22nd, 2022

By John James, Director of Resource Planning at Yuba Water Agency California already has one of the most variable climates in the United States, and it’s getting more extreme. Our “weather whiplash,” as it’s becoming known, is increasingly marked by long periods of warm, dry conditions punctuated by stronger and wetter atmospheric river storms. What’s … Continue reading “Adapting to California’s “Weather Whiplash” with Forecast-Informed Reservoir Operations”

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There Has Never Been a More Important Time to Protect American Food Production

Wednesday, Oct 26th, 2022

By Dan Keppen Executive Director, Family Farm Alliance With the current backdrop of severe drought conditions in the Western U.S., significantly inflated food costs, global food supply challenges, and a looming global famine, the importance of Western American agricultural production should be carefully and thoughtfully evaluated. Now is the time to focus on the critical … Continue reading “There Has Never Been a More Important Time to Protect American Food Production”

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