Quincy Community Services board of directors praised citizens at a recent meeting for their quick response to a recent income survey conducted by Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC). The information collected from the survey will help the board to apply for grant money to fund a new wastewater treatment plant.
Nearly 50 years after building the largest water-delivery system in America, California officials struggle to gain support for a proposed infrastructure overhaul.
Soda’s popularity has declined as consumption of bottled water overtakes carbonated soft drinks. For the first time in the United States bottled water is more popular than soda.
In the quarter ending June 30, 2016, Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) closed 14 loans totaling more than $3 million to assist rural communities in California, Nevada, New Mexico and Montana with housing, water infrastructure and community development projects.
Could managed aquifer recharge (MAR) offer an affordable solution against drought? Due to continued strain on resources as a result of the ongoing drought, California has been exploring possible solutions to a more resilient water supply.