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Davis Vanguard
Local Leaders Celebrate Money From Low Interest Loans

Local Leaders Celebrate Money From Low Interest Loans

(from press release) Elation. That’s how Woodland City Manager Paul Navazio described his feelings upon receiving, hand-carrying and then depositing into the city’s bank an $18.5 million check from the State Water Resources Control Board. According to Navazio, the check is the first installment of approximately $143 million in low-interest state revolving fund loans...

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Davis Vanguard
Beyond the Dais: The Yolo Water Resources Association of Yolo County and Groundwater Management

Feb 13, 2015
Beyond the Dais: The Yolo Water Resources Association of Yolo County and Groundwater Management

By Robb Davis Note: This is the second in a series of articles highlighting the work of various city commissions, their charges and key issues they are addressing and the role of various county, regional and joint powers authority (JPA) boards and the key issues before them. Background The Water Resources Association of Yolo...

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Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Sierra Business Council awarded $50,000 grant to improve Lake Tahoe Water Trail

Sierra Business Council awarded $50,000 grant to improve Lake Tahoe Water Trail

The California Tahoe Conservancy board unanimously voted today to award Sierra Business Council (SBC) $50,000 to expand and enhance the Lake Tahoe Water Trail. The Lake Tahoe Water Trail is the 72-mile scenic paddling route around the shore of Lake Tahoe. SBC plans to improve trail maps; increase wayfinding, trailhead signage, and outreach and education;...

Sacramento Vegetable Gardening
Conversation With a Young Man

Conversation With a Young Man

Variegated Pink Lemon-Bird Back 40Come here young man. Let's plant a lemon bush before the start of the Super Bowl shall we? This just isn't any lemon bush by the way. This is called the Variegated Pink Lemon. And someday it will yield lemons that will...

Davis Vanguard
Marching For Climate Change

Jan 28, 2015
Marching For Climate Change

by Michelle Millet On Saturday, Feb. 7, thousands of people are expected to take part in the March for Real Climate Leadership: Our Water, Our Health, Our California. The march, organized by a broad coalition of environmental groups across California, demands that Gov. Jerry Brown take real action against fracking. Californians Against Fracking, one...

Placer County Online
Water saving numbers stellar as Roseville customers saved 29 percent in November

Water saving efforts by Roseville residents and business owners continue and we’re still on course to reduce water use by 20 percent this year. In November alone, customers saved more than 29 percent as compared to this time last year. In total, Roseville has cut water use by 19.1 percent since January. With the...

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The Blue Muse
Random with a side of controversial

Nov 17, 2014
Random with a side of controversial

Religion. Politics. Suicide. Feminism. Funeral plans. Ferguson.When I read the NaBloPoMo writing prompt this morning which asked about the most controversial posts I've ever written, I thought: Nah, I don't really do controversial. I write ab...

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The State Hornet
Sac State seeks water policy experts

Oct 22, 2014

A recent initiative created by the administration of Academic Affairs focuses on hiring new professors with an expertise in water policy and several water-related fields including hydrogeology and water resources engineering.

Davis Vanguard
BREAKING: Ratepayers to Save $51.5 Million with Low Interest Loan Approval

Oct 21, 2014

The City of Davis announced that that the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) authorized a $95.5 Million State Revolving Fund (SRF) loan for Davis’ and UC Davis’ shares of the regional water project. “Tens of millions in low interest financing are headed to Yolo County, thanks in large part to the efforts of...

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The State Hornet
A thirst quenched, a penny saved

Sep 30, 2014

The hydration stations on campus that refill containers for free have saved about 300,000 water bottles since additional locations were installed last year.

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