Fish Screens Are Part of The Answer to Saving Sacramento River Salmon

Out of social confrontation over water and fish in California…

In Oakland, Still A City With Thorns, A New Garden Emerges (Part I)

Quality of life and economy thrives with greater care for water,…

Here Comes the Sea: The Struggle to Keep the Ocean out of California’s Coastal Aquifers

Farm districts preserve fresh groundwater with recycled wastewater

California Groundwater Law Tests State’s Capacity to Oversee A Vital Resource

A year after passage, California begins building a new regulatory…

Animation: Progression of Wildfires in the United States

Wildfires rage in drought-stricken California and are becoming more prevalent across the country.

Catalyst: California Series Sketches Blueprint for Drought Response

Strategies must bridge political jurisdictions and reflect local water conditions.

The Fall and Potential Rise of California’s San Joaquin Valley

Groundwater pumping is reshaping California’s farm belt.

WaterSmart Pulls Water Savings from the Cloud

Software company uses data to reboot the venerable water utility.

Effective Responses to Global Water Crisis Are Largely Local

With exceptions like California and Australia, regions and cities shape resilient adaptations to water security.

After Dry Wells, Relief for Some California Families

State and local aid is helping, but only for a few.

California Drought and Strengthening El Nino Accelerate Statewide Water Transition

New infrastructure, laws, and practices help the state respond…

Los Angeles Looks to Stormwater to Secure Water Sustainability

Second largest U.S. city confronts new era of water scarcity with innovations on a new scale.