5 inches forecast for southern part of state
Natural-looking filter for storm debris to use native plants, boulders
Rocks, plants key to channeling stormwater
The chance of a “megadrought” gripping the Southwest for more than 30 years has increased to 50 percent, scientists say, which means bad news for California’s already parched landscape.
Conditions are the best since 2007
Better maintenance of arroyos is most critical step, city official says
Environmental group estimates water rates for some could triple
WILLOWS, Calif. – When the winter rains failed to arrive in this Sacramento Valley town for the third straight year, farmers tightened their belts and looked to the reservoirs in the nearby hills to keep them in water through the growing season.
A slow drizzle persisted in Albuquerque on Friday morning and another storm came through in the evening, amounting to more than half an inch in certain parts of the city, according to the National Weather Service.
Scientists find that Albuquerque’s streets, buildings have risen 0.15 of an inch
Drought conditions may have leveled off across California, but nearly 100 percent of the state remai …
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