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Blog: No, the Central Valley refuges aren't getting 100% of their federal water allocations. Not remotely.

Reading the news earlier this month that Central Valley wildlife refuges were going to receive 100 percent of their federal water allocations normally would have made us thrilled for the Pacific Flyway birds that depend on wetland habitat. And we weren’t surprised to see this news greeted with outrage by those who have been suffering from the drought along with the birds for the last three years.

Source: California Water News feed

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Blog: Enhancing water supplies for the Pacific Flyway

In the Sacramento Valley, local water suppliers provide nearly all of the water for the National Wildlife Refuges and several of these local water agencies are aggressively working with Audubon and other conservation partners and the federal and state refuge managers to advance the infrastructure and other improvements that will provide more reliable and additional water supplies for these refuges.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News

Blog: Klamath River needs more than dam removal

At the signing ceremony for a historic Klamath River dam removal agreement last month, Governor Brown pointed out that we are starting to “get it right after so many years of getting it wrong.” … But to truly get it right, we must also increase water flows in the Klamath River.

Source: California Water News feed

Source: Water Industry News