Posts with the category ‘Drought & Water Conservation’


Don’t Forget the Drought

Winter rains may have started to fall, but California’s drought and water scarcity problems aren’t over. Our most powerful solution is also the simplest: water conservation. Keep up the good… Read More…


Environmental Community Calls for Reinstatement of Emergency Water Use Standards in Light of Declining Conservation

September Water Usage Show Californians Continue to Backslide on Conservation   SACRAMENTO (Nov. 1, 2016) — For the third month in a row – since the State Water Resources Control Board… Read More…


#ResurrectTheRiver with Santa Barbara Channelkeeper

You can help save the Ventura River by signing the petition to #ResurrectTheRiver.  Sign today to show that you agree that State and local officials should prioritize sustainable water management alternatives… Read More…


Work for Your Water This Weekend

Water works for you every day. This weekend, it’s your turn to return the favor.  On Saturday, thousands of Californians will show their local beaches some love on Coastal Cleanup… Read More…


Russian River Headwaters to Ocean Paddle

This summer, a diverse group of stakeholders from Sonoma and Mendocino counties launched their boats to kick-off a year-long effort to create a new vision to improve the health of the Russian… Read More…


Amid Continuing Drought, Environmental & Environmental Justice Groups Applaud Introduction of SB 1298

Hertzberg bill will make it easier for local governments and agencies to treat and reuse stormwater, incentivize water conservation, and assist low income water users June 14, 2016 – With… Read More…


Orange County Coastkeeper Supports Low Water Use SmartScapes

The SmartScape Program promotes resource-efficient landscaping that features drought-tolerant plant design, cutting-edge technology and sustainable landscape management practices. If you are just starting with your landscape conversion Coastkeeper is ready to… Read More…


There is a cheaper, better way to manage our water supply

Despite December’s onslaught of El Niño rains, the vast majority of our region’s water suppliers missed state-mandated conservation targets–for a second month in a row. In this new year, still firmly… Read More…


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