A new report written by David Sunding, Ph.D. was released today from from the Southern California Water Committee. The report titled, Economic Analysis of Sequential Species Protection and Water Quality Regulations in the Delta, reveals how nearly 20 years of environmental regulations have negatively impacted hardworking families and communities.
Seth Nidever, Staff Reporter
HANFORD – Rep. David Valadao, R-Hanford, has introduced a major new water bill in the U.S. House of Representatives that could increase the flow of Northern California water to Kings County.
Valadao announced the legislation Tuesday.
BY THE FRESNO BEE EDITORIAL BOARD
We hope the state water board left Modesto having heard one message: It won’t be easy taking the water the San Joaquin Valley depends on.
Similar messages had already been delivered in hearings in Stockton and Merced. Tuesday, more than 1,000 people were in Modesto’s Centre Plaza just five days before Christmas to either convince the State Water Resources Control Board of its folly or confront it with defiance.
BY MICHAEL DOYLE, DALE KASLER AND RYAN SABALOW
President Barack Obama on Friday signed a massive infrastructure bill designed to control floods, fund dams and deliver more water to farmers in California’s drought-ravaged Central Valley.
BY DALE KASLER AND RYAN SABALOW
By Christine Souza, AgAlert.com
Central to the ongoing tug of war about how best to balance California water uses is a plan by the State Water Resources Control Board to leave more water in the main tributaries of the San Joaquin River during periods it considers key for at-risk native species. Opponents of the plan—those in agriculture who say it goes too far, and environmental and fisheries groups that say it doesn't go far enough—appeared before the board in Sacramento, at the first of five public hearings.
Posted Oct. 27th, 2016 by Barbara Duckworth
BANFF, Alta. — The humble cow is being charged with environmental degradation for doing what comes naturally —eating grass, chewing its cud and burping.
Cattle that graze on pastures have been linked to climate change be-cause of greenhouse gas emissions such as methane.
Katie Migliazzo, For USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin
I’m exhausted. I mean, absolutely beat. But that’s what happens after you enjoy the adventure of a lifetime.
California air regulators were convinced that volatile fatty acid losses from silage piles in the state’s San Joaquin Valley were large enough to impact air quality in the valley.