Victory for California water rights builds on PLF's Duarte case

In the course of California’s long drought, state regulators have taken ever more aggressive measures to gain control of local and private water supplies, under cover of emergency declarations from Governor … ›

Water, water everywhere – in California courts

California is suffering an historic drought: there is not enough water to go around.  The state’s courthouses may be the only places that have had their fill of water of … ›

An apology from the California Department of Fish and Game

Updating a story from last week, the California Department of Fish and Game has apologized for a threatening letter it sent to landowners over alleged non-compliance with frost protection regulations … ›

Shady tactics from Cal. Dept. of Fish and Game

It seems that landowners in the Russian River watershed are being threatened over alleged non-compliance with frost regulations that were approved in late December 2011 by the State Water Resources … ›

The Little Hoover Commission and the water crisis

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last month, the Little Hoover Commission, a state independent government oversight agency, issued its report Managing for Change:  Modernizing California's Water Governance.  The report details the … ›

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Victory for California water rights builds on PLF's Duarte case

In the course of California’s long drought, state regulators have taken ever more aggressive measures to gain control of local and private water supplies, under cover of emergency declarations from Governor … ›

Water, water everywhere – in California courts

California is suffering an historic drought: there is not enough water to go around.  The state’s courthouses may be the only places that have had their fill of water of … ›

An apology from the California Department of Fish and Game

Updating a story from last week, the California Department of Fish and Game has apologized for a threatening letter it sent to landowners over alleged non-compliance with frost protection regulations … ›

Shady tactics from Cal. Dept. of Fish and Game

It seems that landowners in the Russian River watershed are being threatened over alleged non-compliance with frost regulations that were approved in late December 2011 by the State Water Resources … ›

The Little Hoover Commission and the water crisis

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last month, the Little Hoover Commission, a state independent government oversight agency, issued its report Managing for Change:  Modernizing California's Water Governance.  The report details the … ›

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Victory for California water rights builds on PLF's Duarte case

In the course of California’s long drought, state regulators have taken ever more aggressive measures to gain control of local and private water supplies, under cover of emergency declarations from Governor … ›

Water, water everywhere – in California courts

California is suffering an historic drought: there is not enough water to go around.  The state’s courthouses may be the only places that have had their fill of water of … ›

An apology from the California Department of Fish and Game

Updating a story from last week, the California Department of Fish and Game has apologized for a threatening letter it sent to landowners over alleged non-compliance with frost protection regulations … ›

Shady tactics from Cal. Dept. of Fish and Game

It seems that landowners in the Russian River watershed are being threatened over alleged non-compliance with frost regulations that were approved in late December 2011 by the State Water Resources … ›

The Little Hoover Commission and the water crisis

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last month, the Little Hoover Commission, a state independent government oversight agency, issued its report Managing for Change:  Modernizing California's Water Governance.  The report details the … ›

Victory for California water rights builds on PLF's Duarte case

In the course of California’s long drought, state regulators have taken ever more aggressive measures to gain control of local and private water supplies, under cover of emergency declarations from Governor … ›

Water, water everywhere – in California courts

California is suffering an historic drought: there is not enough water to go around.  The state’s courthouses may be the only places that have had their fill of water of … ›

An apology from the California Department of Fish and Game

Updating a story from last week, the California Department of Fish and Game has apologized for a threatening letter it sent to landowners over alleged non-compliance with frost protection regulations … ›

Shady tactics from Cal. Dept. of Fish and Game

It seems that landowners in the Russian River watershed are being threatened over alleged non-compliance with frost regulations that were approved in late December 2011 by the State Water Resources … ›

The Little Hoover Commission and the water crisis

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last month, the Little Hoover Commission, a state independent government oversight agency, issued its report Managing for Change:  Modernizing California's Water Governance.  The report details the … ›