The original article can be found at http://sjvsun.com/ag/newsom-preps-lawsuit-over-federal-water-boost-proposes-changes-to-state-water-project/?utm_source=Sunrise+A.M.&utm_campaign=6b86dc3a3f-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_03_15_07_27_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_44bc765148-6b86dc3a3f-281391177 In a move to counter a recent update to Federal water policy that will send more water to the San Joaquin Valley, Gov. Gavin Newsom and state water and environmental officials announced plans to sue the Federal government over the update while seeking tighten water exports via…

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  Media ArticlesBy Ryan Sabalow and Dale Kasler, Sacramento Bee California shifts water from farms, cities to fish. But a Jerry Brown compromise plan isn’t dead. (December 12, 2018) Despite an epic last-minute, $1.7 billion compromise agreement announced Wednesday by Gov. Jerry Brown and Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the State Water Resources Control Board voted Wednesday to reallocate billions…

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By: William Bourdeau   For forty years, not a single new state-funded dam or reservoir was built in the state, even as California’spopulation doubled. Rather than build critical water infrastructure, California turned instead to its legislature and administrative bureaucrats to ration the state’s water resources to Californians. Now they regularly impose mandates restricting how we…

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By Dave Kranz  Lessons learned during the multi-year California drought will help farmers and ranchers cope with the next one—and those lessons extended beyond the farm to the realms of policy and public perception, according to farmers who spoke at a water conference in Monterey. Four farmers from different parts of the Central Valley talked…

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