June 2014 News

2013-2014 California rainfall season ends with bleak numbers (AccuWeather, June 30)

Drought has drillers running after shrinking California water supply (KQED, June 30)

California cities crack down on water use (The Wall Street Journal, June 30)

USDA predicts record California almond crop  (The Merced Sun-Star, June 30)

Could California weather a mega-drought? (California WaterBlog, June 29)

Drought forces grower out of farmers markets (The Merced Sun-Star, June 29)

No mandatory rationing this summer, Bay Area's largest water district says (The San Jose Mercury News, June 24)

As water prices soar, some profit from California’s drought (KQED, June 23)

Drought helps coho salmon set migration record (San Francisco Chronicle, June 23)

Save Our Water launches "Don't Waste Summer" campaign (daily conservation tips from the Department of Water Resources, June 23)

Dan Walters: California politicians trying to draft a new water bond (The Sacramento Bee, June 23)

The case for modernizing California’s groundwater management (California WaterBlog, June 22)

Olives adapt to the drips of drought (The Sacramento Bee, featuring Dan Flynn, executive director of the Olive Center at UC Davis, June 22)

Sudden oak death drying up with drought (SFGate, June 22)

Breeding crops for drought tolerance tricky (Ag Alert, featuring Kent Bradford, director of the Seed Biotechnology Center at UC Davis, June 18)

Drought Forces Fish Hatcheries To Evacuate (Climate Progress, featuring UC Davis fish expert Peter Moyle, June 18)

Report: California has a long way to go on water conservation (The Sacramento Bee, June 17)

How the drought is hurting hydroelectric power generation in CA (KPPC, featuring UC Davis professor Jay Lund, June 16)

Fish evacuated from American River hatcheries due to drought (The Sacramento Bee, June 16)

California farmers ask: Hey buddy, can you spare some water? (National Public Radio, featuring UC Davis economist Richard Howitt, June 16)

Drought dries up honey supply (KQED, June 16)

Why so many Americans don't care about the drought (CNBC, June 16)

Grazing on federal land under threat because of drought (Los Angeles Times, June 15)

Valley drought 2014: Citrus trees being yanked out (KMPH, June 12)

Can California conserve its way through drought? (National Geographic, June 12)

Discussion on 100-year-old water rights delayed until July (Merced Sun-Star, June 11)

Drought outlook: ‘Disastrous Consequences’ if 2015 is dry (KQED, June 11)

Drought Intensifies Push for Better California Groundwater Management (Capital Public Radio, June11)

UC Davis Rangeland Watershed Lab project "Voices from the Drought" featured on "Insight" (Capital  Public Radio, June 10)

Intel bids to solve water shortages with Big Data in partnership with UC Davis (Silicon Angle, June 10)

Association of California Water Agencies releases report on regional impacts of drought (ACWA, June 10)

California drought: Voluntary cutback falls short in Bay Area (SFGate, June 9)

California drought 'Emaciates' hawks and owls, forces a lost generation (AccuWeather.com, June 7)

Californians say drought is problem but don't want taxes to fund projects (Rueters, June 6)

Help with the rent coming to drought-afflicted families (Central Valley Business Times, June 4)

California’s water crisis is getting worse. Can satellite policing help? (TakePart, June 4)

Drought lengthening the allergy season (Santa Rosa press Democrat, w/video, June 2)

Study finds pot farms draining streams dry in Northern California (The Salt Lake Tribune, June 1)