The week that was, 11/7-13/2010

Posted on | November 14, 2010 | No Comments

"Always attracted to water..." -- The Financial Times reviews the Monet and Gérôme exhibitions in Paris. Click on "Bathers at La Grenouillere" by Claude Monet for the story.

I was overly optimistic when promising the return of “The week that was” this Sunday. More succinctly, I lied. My apologies. I am neck-high in packing boxes and movers wait for no blogger. In the stead of the Sunday news round-up, this letter. Sent last week by environmental organizations including the Sierra Club, Defenders of Wildlife, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Friends of the River to the California Natural Resources Agency, it’s an expression of highly formalized disgust at an emerging agenda for the Bay-Delta Conservation Plan, which environmentalists see as benefiting water exporters more than the buckling estuary tapped by California’s State Water Project.

For California water news, go to Aquafornia. For San Diego stories, try Groksurf’s San Diego. Or, for all things fresh water, try WaterWired. A personal favorite site is On the public record, which I would bookmark whether I followed water or not because it’s so damn smart.

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