Tag Archives: groundwater recharge

Persistence, Perseverance: Preparing for our Uncertain Climate Future

Sustainable Conservation has worked in California for 30 years to craft collaborative, enduring solutions to our state’s unique and pressing environmental problems. The start of 2023 has been a challenging time for California. Our hearts go out to all of those devastated by the floods. As we plan for a climate-resilient future, I’m taking a…

Gratitude.

We’re taking a moment to thank you for all of the amazing work you helped make possible in 2022.

Assessing Opportunities to Drive Better Outcomes for Water and Sustainable Agriculture

Last year, we introduced you to Mikayla Tran, our 2021-22 GrizzlyCorps Fellow. We’re celebrating the culmination of her time with Sustainable Conservation, a white paper focusing on two comprehensive California water policies and where they can, and should, intersect. Mikayla studied the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) and the Central Valley Salinity Alternatives for Long-Term…

Almond Board of California Releases New Guidance for Groundwater Recharge

As California braces for drier times ahead, we’re making our own silver lining: planning and siting groundwater recharge. The more resources and knowledge we share with each other – be it on-the-ground experience with flooding fields or detailed research into how much water a particular crop can handle – the more flexible and impactful the…

A Look Back on Water in a Warming World

A resounding THANK YOU to everyone who joined us this fall for our Water in a Warming World event series! We’re so grateful to all of our amazing panelists, staff members, and guests who contributed to our rich dives into various aspects of California’s water system, climate readiness, and water quality. Many thanks also to…