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Wednesday’s Top of the Scroll: EBMUD Taps Sacramento River Water for First Time to Avoid Rationing From the Contra Costa Times: “The East Bay’s largest water district decided Tuesday to use voluntary conservation and tap a new water supply from the Sacramento River to get through the year without rationing.” Read more from the Contra Costa Times Read this article: Wednesday’s Top of the Scroll: EBMUD Taps ...

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East Bay to Tap Sacramento River Water From The Sacramento Bee: “The East Bay Municipal Utility District this month will begin diverting water from the Sacramento River for the first time ever, a clear sign that the drought is literally causing ripples across the state.” Read more from The Sacramento Bee Follow this link: East Bay to ...

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Santa Cruz Council Gives Final OK for Water Rationing From the Santa Cruz Sentinel: “The Santa Cruz City Council unanimously affirmed Tuesday a February decision to enact water rationing for residential customers beginning May 1, thus finalizing the first mandatory cuts in nearly 25 years.” Read more from the Santa Cruz Sentinel Read more: Santa Cruz Council Gives Final ...

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Future of MID Farm Water Transfers is Uncertain From The Modesto Bee: “Plans to combat drought by allowing water transfers among farmers could be in jeopardy, growers and Modesto Irrigation District leaders learned Tuesday at a meeting tinged with uncertainty and accusations of unfairness.” Read more from The Modesto Bee Original post: Future of MID Farm Water Transfers ...

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Agencies Keep Water Data Secret, Cite Privacy From The Desert Sun: “The largest public water agencies in the Coachella Valley have begun withholding information about how much water is pumped from wells by businesses including farms, golf courses, housing developments and resorts.” Read more from The Desert Sun Go here to see the original: Agencies Keep Water Data ...

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California Fights Two Droughts, One Of Them Man-Made