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Responding To The Drought: New Solutions For Sustainable Cities

Jul 26, 2014
Responding To The Drought: New Solutions For Sustainable Cities

2014 has been one of the driest years for California since 1906. California’s well system is drying up and our reservoirs are at record lows. ...

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City and Agency Further Clarify UC Davis’ Participation in Water Project

Jul 23, 2014
City and Agency Further Clarify UC Davis’ Participation in Water Project

Last week, the city of Davis and UC Davis announced that UC Davis was exercising its option to contract for water from the Woodland-Davis Clean Water Project, continuing its participation in the partnership. When the project is completed, the university will receive 2,000 acre feet of water per year, or about 6 percent of...

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Sunday Commentary: Has Council Put Water to Rest?

Jul 20, 2014
Sunday Commentary: Has Council Put Water to Rest?

On Tuesday, Council approved a Prop 218 rate process to implement the city’s latest 87-13 water rates. That was quickly followed at the end of the week by the UC Davis announcement that they were exercising their option and plopping their $20 million down. This development comes as really no surprise. Back in February...

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BREAKING NEWS: UC Davis Joins Water Project

Jul 18, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: UC Davis Joins Water Project

UC Davis moves forward with regional clean water project – In a joint release from the city and UC Davis, it was announced today that UC Davis, “will exercise its option to contract for water from the Woodland-Davis Clean Water Project, continuing its participation in the partnership, campus officials announced today.” According to the...

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VIDEO: Giving Youth The Tools To Change Their Communities

Jul 18, 2014

Putting Youth On The Map (PYOM) is a 4-week training program presented by the UC Davis Center for Regional Change at the SCUSD Serna Center. ...

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Commentary: Drought Crisis Needs to Be Taken Seriously

Jul 17, 2014
Commentary: Drought Crisis Needs to Be Taken Seriously

I’ll admit I was tantalized by reports of a major El Nino brewing that would effectively put an end to the state’s water crisis. But more and more the models show the El Nino either fizzling out or failing to grow further. As the report out of UC Davis indicates, “Statistically, 2015 is likely...

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State Adopts $500 Penalty for Water Waste As UCD Study Warns Of Crippling Economic Hit

Jul 16, 2014
State Adopts $500 Penalty for Water Waste As UCD Study Warns Of Crippling Economic Hit

On Tuesday, the State Water Resources Control Board, in response to the ongoing severe drought took the unprecedented step of approving “an emergency regulation to ensure water agencies, their customers and state residents increase water conservation in urban settings or face possible fines or other enforcement.” The agency put a fine of up to...

Davis Vanguard
State Adopts $500 Penalty for Water Waste As UCD Study Warns Of Crippling Economic Hit

Jul 16, 2014
State Adopts $500 Penalty for Water Waste As UCD Study Warns Of Crippling Economic Hit

On Tuesday, the State Water Resources Control Board, in response to the ongoing severe drought took the unprecedented step of approving “an emergency regulation to ensure water agencies, their customers and state residents increase water conservation in urban settings or face possible fines or other enforcement.” The agency put a fine of up to...

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UC Davis Names Viji Murali University CIO, Vice Provost

Jul 11, 2014

Murali most recently worked at Washington State University, where she has served as vice president for Information Services and CIO for the WSU system since 2007. The post UC Davis Names Viji Murali University CIO, Vice Provost appeared first on TechWi...

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Our Sierra Foothills “Beer Barons”

Our Sierra Foothills “Beer Barons”

FROM THE GOLD RUSH TO PROHIBITION, our region was the West Coast beer capital. With easy access to mountain spring water, locally grown hops and barley, and refrigerated rail cars for shipping, it’s easy to see how Sacramento once was home to the largest brewery west of the Mississippi. Now craft beer is booming in...

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