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A Kingdom from Dust:

A Kingdom from Dust: Stewart Resnick is the biggest farmer in the United States, a fact he has tried to keep hidden while he has shaped what we eat, transformed California’s landscape, and ruled entire towns. But the one thing he can’t control is what he’s most dependent on — water. By Mark Arax FULL …

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June 29-30: REGISTER TODAY! 2020 California Water Data Science Symposium

REGISTER TODAY! 2020 California Water Data Science Symposium   This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board. Good Morning Water Quality Monitoring and Data Science Enthusiasts!  We sincerely hope you are all doing well and your loved ones are healthy and safe. The 2020 Water Data Science Symposium planning team has been hard at …

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2020 California Water Law Symposium: “Water & Federalism: Shifts in State/Federal Roles…”

This is a VERY informative water law event. “Panels will feature professionals from all aspects of water law, focusing on the impacts of and relationship between state and federal regulation of drinking water, dam removals, tribal relations surrounding dams, ecosystem-based management, wetlands, and endangered species in California.”   2020 Water Law Symposium Register today to …

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Winery Waste Discharge Meeting

Napa and Lake County: Groundwater basins plans need your input

Some of the powers of these boards include imminent domain, accessing fees from all water users, making capital improvements (you will pay) and requiring metering. This will set water standards for generations to come. Well owners are not being represented in Napa, Lake and Sonoma counties.   This is something we should be on top …

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Preserving Groundwater

Thank you Ken Sund for the great picture! Friday’s Letters to the Editor Preserving groundwater EDITOR: On Nov. 16, I was a citizen spokesperson at the winery/event center public meeting at the Glaser Center in Santa Rosa (“Sides spar over winery rules,” Nov. 17). Very few speakers addressed the issue of water conservation and sustainability …

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