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Aquafornia 05/29/2020 11:40
Rick Callender, former president of the San Jose-Silicon Valley. NAACP and a longtime water executive, has been named CEO of. Silicon Valley’s largest water provider, the Santa Clara Valley. Water District. The district, also known as Valley Water,. provides drinking water and flood protection to 2 million. residents in Santa Clara County. Related articles:. Cupertino Today:. San Jose Spotlight:
Aquafornia 05/29/2020 11:40
Restoration of the 500-plus acres of wetlands has been a goal. for literally decades of both city officials and environmental. advocates. Since the discovery of oil there in 1926, combined. with the channelization of the San Gabriel River, the once. 2,400-acre wetlands complex has been landfilled, graded and. activated as a working oil field. Much of the remaining. wetlands is controlled by Beach Oil Minerals Partners (BOMP).
Aquafornia 05/29/2020 11:40
This network has been built up over 20+ years during several. epochs, including most recently in support of Forecast-Informed. Reservoir Operations with USACE and Sonoma Water, and with an. eye toward developing knowledge of what observations would be. needed in the future to support California’s needs for. hydrometeorological information related to drought and flood. monitoring and mitigation across the state.
Aquafornia 05/29/2020 11:40
This practice entails on-site grinding of whole, removed trees. and the incorporation of the wood chips back into the almond. fields before the next replanting. … In terms of soil health,. the [University of California] researchers found a 58% increase. in soil carbon as well as a 32% increase in water holding. capacity compared to conventional burning practices. Overall. productivity of the trees increased by 20% as well.
Aquafornia 05/29/2020 11:40
Under pressure to release more details about recent outbreaks. of the coronavirus in the local business community, Sonoma. County’s top public health official on Thursday revealed three. industries in which workers recently contracted the virus. Dr. Sundari Mase, the county’s health officer, said recent. infections have been found among workers at a local winery, a. water filtration plant and among a group of farmworkers.
Aquafornia 05/29/2020 11:40
Administration officials said the state must make painful. choices to keep funding intact for core environmental. regulatory and safety programs. They also point out that the. governor is proposing to boost spending for wildfire. preparedness by $90 million and would preserve funding to. enforce new clean drinking-water rules. Related article:. Associated Press:
Aquafornia 05/29/2020 11:40
As part of an effort to modernize Pyramid Dam located in Los. Angeles County, the Department of Water Resources (DWR). recently completed assessments for the dam’s gated and. emergency spillways. The Pyramid Dam Modernization Program is. now entering the investigations phase, which includes. structural and hydraulic analyses for the gated spillway and. erodibility analysis for the emergency spillway.
Aquafornia 05/28/2020 11:40
Several regional water supply projects in San Diego County are. on track to receive more than $15 million from the California. Department of Water Resources, pending a final decision this. summer. Money for the projects has been recommended by DWR,. which will make the awards after a public comment period. In. San Diego County, the funds would support local agencies to. advance conservation, environmental enhancements, water. purification and other initiatives.
Aquafornia 05/28/2020 11:40
The extraction methods that these operations use today are not. drastically different from processes that miners employed in. the California gold rush in the mid-1800s. Today we see history. repeating itself in places like the Peruvian Amazon, where. small-scale gold mining threatens to leave behind long-lasting. social, economic and environmental consequences.
Aquafornia 05/28/2020 11:40
Over the scorching hot Memorial Day weekend, hundreds of people. headed to Tiscornia Beach near the confluence of the American. and Sacramento rivers, one of the region’s most popular. swimming areas. A few days earlier, state scientists had. collected water samples with rates of E. coli bacteria that. reached the highest limits the testing equipment could detect.

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