Forget it, Jake. It’s Cadiz

In May, an appellate court ruled that a bid by an Orange County water company to export desert water for sale to So Cal cities qualifies as “conservation.”

The weeks that were, May 1-14, 2016

Hands down the most delightful story in the world of water this week was Hazel Davis's short profile of Lord Rokeby, "the original hipster."

The week that was, April 24-30, 2016

Is the US Congress Zika's best friend in Puerto Rico? Plus floating bridges for New York, mind-blowing maps, frack fluid in Texas floods, LA and its "islands," seagulls on a NOAA Great Lake cam and more in the week's water news.

The week that was, April 17-23, 2016

A new reef the size of Delaware, Houston underwater, the Mexican Navy sails into Francis Scott Key territory to a rapturous welcome, Arizona hopes for shorter shortages for California on the Colorado and more in the week's water news.

The week that was, April 10-16, 2016

The grand man of California water bows out, Feinstein smacks Cadiz (again), water-skiing squirrel, Caravaggio in the attic and more in the week's water news.
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