We are so pleased to announce that two more projects in the Inyo-Mono IRWM region have been completed.
**PICTURES COMING SOON!**
The Tecopa water kiosk was completed in July and soon thereafter began dispensing high-quality drinking water. This project started with a feasibility grant through the Prop. 84 IRWM Implementation funding opportunity. Two successive grants from the State Water Resources Control Board provided interim drinking water to the residents of Tecopa and supported the construction of the water kiosk in Tecopa.
Also through a Prop. 84 IRWM Implementation grant, the June Lake Public Utilities District installed an ion exchange system adjacent to its current water treatment plant in order to remove the increased concentration of uranium that occurred due to drought conditions.
Several other projects are currently underway, and we look forward to sharing their completion stories as they occur.
If you have any questions about these projects, don’t hesitate to contact Holly Alpert, IRWM Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us this summer on the beautiful north shore of Lake Tahoe to discuss and learn about headwaters water and governance issues. The summit will take place July 24 & 25, 2017, in Kings Beach, CA. Go to the Sierra Water Workgroup’s summit webpage to learn more and to register today!
The statewide Roundtable of IRWM Regions held a summit in Sacramento on January 12, 2017. This productive meeting included presentations by Roundtable members, Department of Water Resources staff, and State Water Resources Control Board staff. Read the summit notes here
The 2017 California Financing Coordinating Committee (CFCC) is pleased to invite you to attend one of six FREE upcoming funding fairs. The CFCC was formed in 1998 and is made up of seven funding members: five state and two federal. The CFCC Funding Fairs provide opportunities to learn more about available grant, loan and bond … Continue reading 2017 California Financing Coordinating Committee Funding Fairs Announced
This is a message from the State Water Resources Control Board. The following Bioassessment Courses are now available for registration. See flyer here. Note: The April 19-21, Course 1-2 in Sacramento/Rancho Cordova is already full and has a waiting list. Please try to register for another Course 1-2 class either in Redding or Costa Mesa. … Continue reading College of Bioassessment Training Available
Each year, the California Financing Coordinating Committee (CFCC) hosts a series of funding fairs throughout California. The CFCC was formed in 1998 and is made up of seven funding members: five state agencies and two federal. The CFCC Funding Fairs provide opportunities to learn more about available grant, loan and bond financing options for infrastructure … Continue reading 2016 California Financing Coordinating Committee Funding Fairs Announced
Alan Bacock of the Big Pine Paiute Tribe shared a short video describing the first phase of Walking Water, which was a journey from the Mono Basin to Owens Lake and took place in September 2015. You can learn more about the Walking Water effort at http://walking-water.org/.
Starting next week, the State Water Resources Control Board and the Department of Water Resources will hold a series of informational meetings to discuss the implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) and to answer questions from the public. There are two meetings held on each day with the exception of the Redding meeting. The afternoon … Continue reading Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Regional Workshops
The Sierra Nevada Watershed Improvement Program is a coordinated, integrated, collaborative program to restore the health of California’s primary watershed through increased investment and needed policy changes. The Sierra Nevada Conservancy and US Forest Service will be hosting a webinar on Thursday, October 8, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m., to discuss the present status and … Continue reading Sierra Nevada Watershed Improvement Program Webinar October 8
At the IRWM Conference in San Diego in May 2015, Department of Water Resources staff gave a presentation covering the history of the IRWM Program; comparing Propositions 50, 84, and 1; providing an overview of where the Program is today with respect to Prop. 84; and giving a glimpse into the future of Prop. 1, … Continue reading Integrated Regional Water Management: An Update