Lake Oroville Community Update for August 16, 2019.
Rooted in math, science, and computer programming, models are an important tool in water management, allowing DWR staff to make informed decisions about water operations for people, farms, and the environment.
At his inaugural Speaker Series on July 15, California Secretary for Natural Resources Wade Crowfoot led a discussion on restoring local wildlife species and habitats by reactivating floodplains.
Ever since Deputy Director Robert Potter testified on climate change to a Congressional subcommittee in 1988, DWR has been a leading voice in addressing this threat to the state’s environment, water supply, and way of life.
Oroville residents and visitors received great news today as the Department of Water Resources announced the reopening of the Spillway Boat Ramp area on Lake Oroville.
Lake Oroville Community Update for July 30, 2019.
DWR is completing the second year of the Elder Creek Channel Rehabilitation Project. The five-year project will clear sedimentation and vegetation to restore flow capacity of a four-mile stretch of the state-maintained Elder Creek in Tehama County.
Thanks to a collaborative multi-agency effort that includes DWR, spring-run Chinook salmon are successfully returning to the San Joaquin River for the first time in more than 65 years.
Are you planning a road trip this summer? Consider taking a detour to one of the many beaches along the California State Water Project (SWP) – you’ll find them teeming with fish, natural beauty, and healthy ways to spend your vacation.
DWR announced $4.9 million of Proposition 1E and $5 million of Proposition 1 funding is available in Fiscal Year 2019-20 for Directed Funding action under the Delta Flood Emergency Response Grant Program, Round 2 Guidelines.