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California calls on local agencies to protect groundwater

For the first time in California history, local agencies and groundwater users are required to form groundwater sustainability agencies and develop an... READ MORE »

Water projects in drought-parched California and the West funded

In actions that carry out President Joe Biden's economic agenda, the U.S. House of Representatives recently passed two pieces of significant legislati... READ MORE »

Goods to and from farms slowed by supply chain snarls

Despite strong demand for their products overseas, California farmers say their agricultural exports remain stuck in a complex supply-chain labyrinth ... READ MORE »

California winegrape harvest up slightly from 2020

Between wildfire smoke and the drought, California winegrape growers have been having a rough couple of years. Too much smoke during the 2020 fire sea... READ MORE »

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Proposed California ballot initiative seeks new water investments

A proposed California ballot initiative, which could appear before voters in November 2022, seeks greater state investment to increase the annual supp... READ MORE »

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Flows to increase; California water districts cry foul

California Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration has informed regional water districts that it will move forward with a plan to increase flows from San J... READ MORE »

Research seeks resilience for California aquifers

One day in early October, a group of University of California, Merced, students went to the campus Smart Farm, augurs in hand, to explore th... READ MORE »

Open burning window closing for California grape growers

With a deadline looming for the end of open burning of removed orchards or vineyards in the San Joaquin Valley, farmer Tom Murphy is contemplating his... READ MORE »

Biden pursues reversal of rules for California water projects

The struggle over management of water supplied through the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta continues as the Biden administration seeks a reversal of rule... READ MORE »

California budget adds funds for ‘climate smart’ farming

Drought and climate loom large in the latest state budget, with programs aimed at helping farmers and ranchers with funding boosts. A $15 billion c... READ MORE »

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