Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015

Drought forum

Water leaders debate California's post-drought future

The water forum was the second held around the state. KFSN Fresno

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Fresno Bee & KFSN Fresno

Some of the state's top water officials, local farmers and activists convened today in Clovis to talk about agriculture and the drought. Los Angeles Times reporters hosted the "Water in the West" conversation, which was designed in part to help people in Southern California better understand how the drought is impacting the Central Valley.

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Expert analysis: 5 potential El Niño consequences

KCRA Sacramento

What are the risks of El Niño and where should we be focusing our attention? Top water, disaster and weather experts gathered Wednesday at UC Davis to answer that question in a discussion focused on the consequences of an unusually wet winter.

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Carmel River runs a new course after dam removal

KSBW Salinas

A major milestone has been reached in what has been described as the largest dam removal project in California history. This week, the Carmel River ran its new course as the San Clemente dam finally came down. The river is again flowing its natural course, something it hasn't done in 95 years.

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