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Friday’s Top of the Scroll: EPA Sets Out to Explain Water Rule that’s Riled U.S. Farm Interests From the McClatchy Washington, D.C., Bureau: A proposal that federal officials said was intended to simplify federal water laws has instead been interpreted to do the opposite – and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is scrambling to defend itself to agriculture and other industries See more here: Friday’s Top of the Scroll: ...

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Report: Groundwater Management Plans Need Improvement From Capital Public Radio: The California Water Foundation looked at 120 groundwater management plans adopted by local water agencies. In a nutshell, the results aren’t good See the original post: Report: Groundwater Management Plans Need Improvement

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El Niño Coming to Southern California, But Can It Take Out the Drought? From the San Gabriel Valley Tribune: National climatologists are sticking to their prediction that an El Niño is about 80 percent probable in North America during fall and early winter, when the rainy season begins in Southern California, according to a bulletin released Thursday. Read more Original post: El Niño Coming ...

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El Niño Not Likely to Bring Much Rain From the San Francisco Chronicle: Professional weather watchers are losing hope that the expected arrival of an El Niño in coming months will wash away California’s drought. Original post: El Niño Not Likely to Bring Much Rain

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NOAA: Don’t Count On El Niño to Bring Drought Relief In California From Capital Public Radio: It’s less likely an El Niño event will bring rain to parched California farms next fall or winter. Read more Go here to read the rest: NOAA: Don’t Count On El Niño to Bring Drought Relief In California

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California Fights Two Droughts, One Of Them Man-Made