Lake Oroville Update for March 1, 2024
Lake Oroville Update for February 23, 2024
As part of our continued partnership with local experts to make strategic investments in water supply resilience projects across the state, the Department of Water Resources (DWR) presented a $5.5 million grant to the Santa Ynez River Water Conservation District to support groundwater resilience in Central Coast communities, including disadvantaged ...
Lake Oroville Update for February 16, 2024
Lake Oroville Update for February 9, 2024
Set into the banks of the Sacramento River as it winds its way south from its Mount Shasta headwaters are six large concrete structures which, despite their size, go largely unnoticed until the rains come and the river rises, threatening floods.
Lake Oroville Update for February 2, 2024
California’s historic effort to bring sustainability to the state’s critically important groundwater basins revealed an increased need for new and easily accessible groundwater data and tools to help local agencies better understand and manage their groundwater basins.
The Department of Water Resources, along with its Tribal, state, and federal partners, are testing a pilot project that will help with the reintroduction of juvenile winter-run Chinook salmon, an endangered species, to the McCloud River.
The Department of Water Resources began releasing water from Oroville Dam’s main spillway at 8 a.m. today.