October 2014 News

California could face $500 billion in water spending as part of state plan (The Press Democrat, Oct. 30)

California drought takes bite out of rice harvest (Miami Herald, Oct. 29)

Sacramento Valley farmers are asked: Help the ducks (The Sacramento Bee, Oct. 28)

Despite drought, California wine grape harvest is third largest ever (San Francisco Business Times, Oct. 28)

Valley drought, disease, shrunken habitats await migratory birds (The Fresno Bee, Oct. 25)

The decline of California agriculture (Slate-photo essay, Oct. 25)

Unsafe drinking water adds to California's drought misery (CNBC, Oct. 24)

Drought causing hay shortages among farmers, ranchers (Daily Democrat, Oct. 23)

California still at risk of floods during drought (Capital Public Radio, Oct. 22)

Coping in a drier world: California's drought survival strategy (NPR, Oct. 21)

San Diego adopts mandatory water limits (San Diego Union-Tribune, Oct. 22)

'Drought' beer: California breweries hit dry times (CNBC, Oct. 21)

Governor says state needs long-term vision on water (Associated Press, Oct. 20)

Proposition 1: Will concern over the drought propel water bond to passage? (The California Report, Oct. 20)

NASA spacecraft could help California address drought (Capital Public Radio, Oct. 20)

Davis Civic Center pool leak: 510,000 gallons wasted and counting (The Davis Enterprise, Oct.19)

Could desalination solve California’s water problem? (The Sacramento Bee, Oct. 18)

Tahoe lake level drops to its natural rim; water flow to the Truckee River has ceased (UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center, Oct. 17)

Trees vs. humans: In California drought, nature gets to water first (NBC, Oct. 17)

Private well failures spike in Tulare County (KVPR, Oct. 16)

Santa Cruz enforces California's toughest drought restrictions (NPR, Oct. 15) 

Drought taking bite out of almonds (The Hanford Sentinel, Oct. 14)

Seven underwater surprises exposed in dried out California lakes (mashable.com, Oct. 14)

California's giant pumpkin growers undeterred by drought (San Jose Mercury News, Oct. 13)

Drought making California more like Arizona (Arizona Republic, Oct. 13)

Pool water in Burbank is repurposed to help aid drought relief (Los Angeles Daily News, Oct. 12)

Not just California: Droughts extend across Americas (NBC News, Oct. 11)

New grant for UC Davis as drought spurs more investment in technology (Ag Alert, Oct. 8)

Drought Monitor: No improvement for California (The Desert Sun, Oct. 9)

California's drought could be worsened by dust, studies show (The Weather Channel, Oct. 9)

California water use drops more than 11 percent in August (ABC 7, Oct. 7)

California drought produces tastier wine grapes (The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 7)

California drought: Team climbs high to assess redwoods threat (SFGate, Oct. 7)

California drought leads to less hydropower, increased natural gas generation (U.S. Engery Information Administration, Oct. 6)

In virtual mega-drought, California avoids defeat (Los Angeles Times, featuring UC Davis professor Jay Lund, Oct. 5)

California drought worries pool industry (ABC News, Oct. 5)

If California doesn't get rain this winter ...(NBC, Oct. 4)

Drought plays out differently in various regions of California (San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Oct. 4)

Water conservation the new normal for drought-stricken California cities (KERO, Oct. 2)