As California’s drought continues to shrink water supplies, a Sonoma County utility is looking to recycled water as a new source.
California cities cut water use by a combined 31 percent in July, exceeding the governor’s statewide mandate to conserve, officials said Thursday.
A new report by the Public Policy Institute of California non-profit think-tank paints that distressing picture of California for the next two years if the state’s driest four years on record stretches further into the future.
Parts of California are sinking even faster than previously thought. New research from NASA shows the ground in parts of the Central Valley is sinking nearly two inches a month, or two feet per year.
Despite the drought, California’s largest reservoir is actually in better shape than last year. But that additional water hasn’t exactly flooded Lake Shasta with more business.
Northern Californians shouldn’t stop conserving because they keep hearing El Niño is coming to the rescue.
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Mile after mile, weeds and rocks, trash and dead fish litter the riverbed where water used to flow in downtown San Jose.
There’s no arguing it is dry as a bone right now in the Bay Area. With an El Nino winter likely to happen though, roofers are in high demand.
The Guadalupe River, which runs through San Jose, has dried up.