California’s groundwater, researchers say, is more plentiful than they thought. The water had eluded them because they weren’t searching deep enough, according to an assessment published this month in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials held a public meeting in early June to discuss a proposed Superfund designation for the Bonita Peak Mining District outside of Silverton, Colorado.
Our Town St. Helena (OTSH), in St. Helena, California, held a ground breaking ceremony on June 29 for its self-help housing project.
American Water Works Association (AWWA) and Rural Community Assistance Association formed a unique collaboration in May to deliver water distribution system training to operators in rural areas of Colorado, Idaho and New Mexico.
California’s State Senate has approved a bill that would ban drilling new wells where aquifers are in “critical overdraft,” and mandate that some cities and counties require permits for any applications to drill a well.