DWR wants to remind those looking to have a good time at SWP lakes and reservoirs to always be safe when in or around the water. Here are five safety rules to remember.
DWR’s video team just produced a new video of the Oroville spillways reconstruction work offering the audience an opportunity to experience the content in 360 degrees.
The Department of Water Resources (DWR) will soon embark on a novel approach to boost the Delta smelt population in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Dozens of children with special needs, and their families, recently enjoyed a day of fun and education on the beautiful waters of Lake Oroville at the 14th annual Catch a Special Thrill (C.A.S.T) for Kids event.
The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) released a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) for California WaterFix.
California is known for its variable climate. Climate change will only exacerbate this variability, so water managers are eyeing a way to capitalize on the extremes by harnessing flood waters and redirecting them into parched aquifers.
Join DWR at the California State Fair to discover ways to cut your outdoor water use through water-wise landscaping.
DWR requests review and comment from interested parties for the draft Flood-MAR Research and Data Development Framework. The comment period will be open until Thursday, September 20.
Celebrate this year’s Independence Day with a Fourth of July fireworks show over the Thermalito North Forebay in Oroville.
DWR recognizes the need to rehabilitate and modernize water and flood infrastructure in California. Floodwater for Managed Aquifer Recharge, or Flood-MAR, is an emerging water management strategy that can significantly improve water resources sustainability throughout the state.