Luke Swann, Doug Beckstrand, and Sharon McNulty recently attended a job fair at a local community college in Pittsburg, Los Medanos College. Great opportunity to discuss career paths with college students and get the word out about our intern programs.
Now you can find all things related to the CCWD Employee Wellness Program on the new Wellness Site on Pipeline. We’ll still have information available here on the Employee Website for a couple months, but eventually, Pipeline will be the go-to r...
Every year, the District sponsors Delta Discovery Voyages through our Water Education Program. As sponsors, employees and their families had an opportunity to participate in the Delta Donor Voyage on January 25, hosted by the Marine Science Institute.
On Monday, January 27, 2020, Chris Dundon, Water Use Efficiency Supervisor, received the Irrigation Person of the Year award from the California Irrigation Institute (Institute). The Institute is the oldest independent forum on irrigation and water in Cal...
In partnership with the Diablo Water District (DWD), the Ironhouse Sanitary District (ISD) is examining the potential to reintroduce treated wastewater into the drinking water supply through a process called indirect water reuse.
The islands of the western Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta are sinking as the rich peat soil that attracted generations of farmers dries out and decays. An ambitious plan now in the works could halt the decay, sequester the carbon and...
Some communities in California just experienced the driest February ever, and there’s around an 80 percent chance the state will enter a full-blown drought this year. If that happens, it could be the third-driest year in over a century.
The Final Supplement to the Final Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report for Phase 2 of the expansion project evaluates impacts of adding conveyance facilities and 115,000 acre-feet of storage capacity to the existing LV Reservoir.
The Bureau of Reclamation announced the initial 2020 water supply allocation for Central Valley Project contractors. Allocation amounts are based on an estimate of water available for delivery to CVP water users.
Gov. Gavin Newsom has put forward a framework for managing water and habitat in the Delta and its watershed. As far as we can tell, no one is very happy with the framework—and that may be a good sign.
While the State’s newest proposal for voluntary agreements in the Bay-Delta leaves a lot of unanswered questions, the initial analysis reveals a deeply troubling direction.
The California Natural Resources Agency and the California Environmental Protection Agency released a framework for potential voluntary agreements to improve river flows and habitats in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta last week.
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