Thiobencarb (Bolero/Abolish/League MVP) monitoring began at the Colusa Basin Drain (CBD5) on April 26 folding in all sites on May 1. Monitoring frequency began at once per week, increasing to twice per week before the Memorial Day Holiday weekend. READ MORE
We continue to broaden support for increased water storage through construction of Sites Reservoir.
Our latest collaboration with NCWA and the Sites Project Authority involves an electronic graphic released today. It provides compelling new information from the State Department of Water Resources on the impact that Sites would have if constructed – capturing some 146 billion gallons of water from this year’s storms. READ MORE