Water & Drought

September 21, 2015 6:02 PM

Two major water agencies consider buying Delta islands

Environmentalists say ‘water grab’ could result from land deals

Districts – one in L.A., one in Fresno – have discussed four Delta islands

Owning land also could expedite tunnels project

Related content

Comments

 

Videos

More Videos

Tour ultra drought-tolerant garden for Northern California 2:27

Tour ultra drought-tolerant garden for Northern California

Why Delta pumping to south state has been limited 0:57

Why Delta pumping to south state has been limited

See how Jerry Brown measured California's bleak snowpack in 2015 1:15

See how Jerry Brown measured California's bleak snowpack in 2015

Delta residents fear Metropolitan's island purchase is 'water grab' 1:49

Delta residents fear Metropolitan's island purchase is 'water grab'

Rain garden flows with native flowers during California drought 1:12

Rain garden flows with native flowers during California drought

Drought's over? Not in Southern California 1:59

Drought's over? Not in Southern California

April snow survey by Department of Water Resources shows state's water health 1:38

April snow survey by Department of Water Resources shows state's water health

Levee 'armoring' along the American River Parkway draws concerns 1:30

Levee 'armoring' along the American River Parkway draws concerns

Drone captures extent of flooding in the Yolo Bypass and Fremont weirs 3:08

Drone captures extent of flooding in the Yolo Bypass and Fremont weirs

South-state water district cites 'peaceful' intentions for Delta land purchase 1:02

South-state water district cites 'peaceful' intentions for Delta land purchase

American River water running higher, Discovery Park beach swallowed up 0:33

American River water running higher, Discovery Park beach swallowed up

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos