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  • - SF would face new limits under state water proposal Kurtis Alexander July 6, 2018  California water officials announced an ambitious plan Friday to revive some of the state’s biggest rivers, a move that seeks to stave off major devastation to wetlands and fish, but on the back of cities and farms....
  • California has a new plan for allocating its water, and it means less for farmers - California has a new plan for allocating its water, and it means less for farmers BY DALE KASLER dkasler@sacbee.com July 06, 2018 01:22 PM State regulators proposed sweeping changes in the allocation of California’s water Friday, leaving more water in Northern California’s major rivers to help ailing fish populations —...
  • Due to low flows, Feather River fish are released into the Sacramento River - By Risa Johnson, Chico Enterprise-Record POSTED: 05/02/18, 6:00 PM PDT Sacramento >> One million baby fall-run salmon raised in the Feather River Hatchery were released on Wednesday morning into the Sacramento River. This comes as the Northern California Guides and Sportsmen’s Association says it negotiated a deal with the state...
  • Quite a sight: 1M chinook salmon released into Sacramento River - Vicki Gonzalez, KCRA Updated 8:51 am, Friday, May 4, 2018 SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KCRA) — One million fall-run chinook salmon were released into the Sacramento River Wednesday. The smolts were bred at Feather River Hatchery in Oroville through the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The smolts will now head to...
  • Water agency approves $11B for California twin tunnels plan - LOS ANGELES (AP) — California’s largest water agency on Tuesday approved a nearly $11 billion plan to help fund two enormous tunnels, breathing new life into Gov. Jerry Brown’s ambitious and controversial plan to remake the state’s water system. The board of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California voted...