DWR’s Lead Scientist Ted Sommer, whose decades of research into fish and ecology has influenced scientific policy and management in California, received a career achievement award Monday at the Bay-Delta Science Conference in Sacramento.
Upcoming workshops to provide K-12 teachers tools and resources to teach climate issues to their students.
California’s State Water Project (SWP) lakes and reservoirs offer a variety of recreation opportunities during the warm summer months, including camping, boating, and water skiing.
The Delta Levees Maintenance Subventions Program has released Addendum 1 to its Program Guidelines for a 30-day comment period.
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.