Read the Lake Oroville Community Update for March 6, 2020.
It’s never too early to start planning your summer vacations! From north to south, the SWP offers several unique camping venues such as floating campsites, horse camping, and group sites.
About 100 volunteers descended on the western edge of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta on February 29 to plant grasses and shrubs and help restore native riparian habitat in the marsh.
Read the Lake Oroville Community Update for February 28, 2020.
Community and stakeholder input is needed on plans that show how local water agencies will manage their critically stressed groundwater basins over the next 20 years.
For 44 years, the month of February has been dedicated to the recognition and celebration of tremendous achievements of African Americans, and a time for honoring their instrumental roles throughout history.
Read the Lake Oroville Community Update for February 21, 2020.
The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) owns and operates the Oroville Dam facilities for a number of purposes, including flood control, water supply, environmental and water quality needs, and recreation.
Lake Oroville Community Update for February 14, 2020.
DWR has partnered with the UC Davis J. Amorocho Hydraulics Laboratory in Yolo County to find innovative ways to investigate fish protection technology within California’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta estuary.