West Sacramento, Calif. – Recently the California State Water Board mandated that local water districts provide free water testing for lead contamination at the point of use in California schools—when the school requests it. Lead in drinking water is serious, but schools have options to mitigate contamination, including access to technical assistance and funding.
RCAC, Dignity Health, The California Endowment and Le Grand and Planada school districts gathered at Le Grand High School’s gymnasium on Thursday, March 9 to celebrate the installation of 24 water bottle filling stations at sites on the elementary, middle and high school campuses.
By Elizabeth Zach, RCAC staff writer Climatologists say they have a mostly poor understanding of snow and its relationship to . . .
The Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WINN) Act became law in January. … The law authorizes vital water resource development projects, addresses drinking water safety and natural resource issues such as water storage in California and the West.
Among Native American households 13 percent do not have access to safe drinking water.