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Despite E. coli decline on American River, unhealthy levels still prompt caution while swimming

Last year the American River in Sacramento was put on California’s list of impaired waterways because of elevated E. coli levels. Around 20 percent of the tests along the lower portion of the river were found to have unsafe amounts of the bacteria since January.

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Blog: What can happen when NEPA is ignored: The Oroville Dam

The Oroville Dam Case Study is a good example the harm that can be caused when courts, agencies and developers fail to take the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) seriously. … Passed into law with an overwhelming bipartisan majority in Congress and signed by President Nixon on January 1, 1970, the National Environmental Protection Act is often characterized as an environmental impact review law, and it is that—but it is much more than that.

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News Release: EPA announces $327,000 for environmental projects along California/Baja California border

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded $326,776 in grants to fund four environmental projects in California and Baja California, along the U.S.-Mexico border. The projects aim to increase understanding of binational airshed data, assess transboundary wastewater spill impacts, improve waste management and reduce plastic bag pollution. The funds will be matched by an additional $318,813 from the recipient organizations.

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