Tag Archives: Water for the Future

Gratitude.

It’s 2022, and we’ve weathered another challenging year. Our ongoing public health crisis and seismic climate paradigm shift revealed a critical truth: we are in this together. The only way we can envision and enable a bountiful water future for all Californians is by working for change with and alongside one another. Us humans, the…

Water in a Warming World: Fortifying California’s Water Resilience

Missed the latest webinar in our Water in a Warming World series? We’ve got you covered with highlights and a full recording of the event. Sustainable Conservation’s Director of Resource Stewardship Dr. Daniel Mountjoy moderated a fantastic panel of experts who discussed how groundwater recharge and multi-benefit projects can help California fortify our water resilience. Our…

Doubling Down on Soil Health: Healthy Soils Week 2021

by Sarah Castle, Ryan Flaherty, Elliot Grant and Christa Harader Happy Healthy Soils Week! We’re thrilled to join the California Department of Food and Agriculture in highlighting this year’s theme: Solutions from Soil: Improving California’s Drought Resilience. Healthy soils are critical for drought-resilient agriculture and to combat climate change. Farming practices like cover cropping, compost application, and…

Become a California Conservationist on #GivingTuesday2021!

This Giving Tuesday, become a California Conservationist! We’ve faced many challenges together , and climate change is accelerating our already intense drought and deluge water cycle. Make a gift today to help put water back into our underground aquifers in ways that protect community water quality. If you have already made a generous gift to…

Water in a Warming World: Bonus Q&A

We kicked off our fall webinar series last month with a great conversation between CEO Ashley Boren and E. Joaquin Esquivel of the California State Water Resources Control Board. You all had so many amazing questions that we couldn’t fit into our time with Joaquin, so we pooled our staff’s brainpower for some answers. Read…

Introducing Mikayla Tran

We’re excited to introduce a new Grizzly Corps member to our team this month: Mikayla Tran! Mikayla Tran (she/her) is excited to be serving with Sustainable Conservation in Modesto, California during the 2021-2022 GrizzlyCorps term. As a fellow, she will assess opportunities for SGMA and CV-SALTS to drive better outcomes in water and sustainable agriculture.…

NPR Highlights Importance of Groundwater Replenishment in California

Don Cameron examines his almond orchard during a recharge event at Terranova Ranch. Photo: Paolo Vescia In case you missed it, this excellent story on how groundwater recharge can help balance our underground savings accounts features partners like Don Cameron, Aaron Fukuda, and U.C. Davis researchers. It’s also a testament to the hard work and…