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The water delivery forecast for California’s State Water Project customers increased slightly on Friday, and state officials canceled their plan to temporarily dam three Delta channels to control salinity.
Nimbus Hatchery on the American River will offer a public presentation May 3 on how salmon are affected by the drought.
Q: With Folsom Lake losing water, what are the implications for electricity production? How can California deal with the lost energy source? – David Davidson, Sacramento
Q: What are the authorities asking and/or requiring farmers and agricultural interests to do immediately to reduce their water use, and by how much? Will there be significant penalties for non-compliance? Jim Purvis, Gold River
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is accepting public comments through April 16 on California’s proposal to build temporary dams across three Delta sloughs due to the drought.
A new drought operations plan, unveiled Wednesday by California and federal officials, warns of threats to endangered salmon and drinking water quality.
Environmental groups have filed a complaint with California regulators, alleging that the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s operation of Folsom and Nimbus dams is harming salmon and steelhead.
Q: Most times when I use an automatic-flush toilet in a commercial building, it flushes two to three times. Do automatic-flush toilets waste or save water? – Ed Zajac, Orangevale
Runoff from recent storms will allow wildlife officials to temporarily stop transporting hatchery salmon by truck, and instead release them at hatcheries as usual.
Q: Are cities required to produce detailed water conservation plans so consumers can see what they would do at more severe stages of drought? Kate McCarthy, Lincoln