Water & Land Resources Manager
|2019 April Water Meeting Announcement (1,068KB)||
Sustainable Groundwater Management
in the Northern Sacramento Valley
April 5, 2019
8:00 a.m. — 1:00 p.m. (lunch included)
Rolling Hills Event Center– Carlino Room
2655 Everett Freeman Way, Corning, CA 96021
See inside for Registration details
|2019 SWEEP Grant Funding Workshop (723KB)||
Free Technical Assistance to Apply for Grant Funds
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
*See flyer for more details.
|2018 August Water & Land Newsletter (2,454KB)||
|AB 589 Water Management (424KB)||
AB 589 (Bigelow): Water diversion: monitoring and reporting training
Thursday, August 30, 2018
Senate Bill 88 requires all water right holders - who have previously diverted or intend to divert more than 10 acre-feet per year (including riparian and pre-1914 claims), or are authorized to divert more than 10 acre-feet per year (under a permit, license, or registration) - to measure and report the water they divert.
Assembly Bill 589 allows any diverter, as defined, who has completed a course on measurement devices and methods administered by the University of California Cooperative Extension, including passage of a proficiency test to be considered a “Qualified Individual” who may install and maintain measuring devices or implement methods of measurement that are used for their own annual diversions as required by the California State Water Resources Control Board.
Who should attend: Anyone who is required to attend training addressing water diversion, monitoring and reporting as required by AB 589.
|September 2017 Water & Land Resource Manager Newsletter (1,977KB)||
In this issue:
This newsletter focuses on groundwater topics. Two articles provide an update on local efforts to organize Groundwater Sustainability Agencies. The third article summarizes recent groundwater levels at various locations across Tehama and Glenn Counties. The fourth article provides a snap shot of how regional groundwater levels have been affected by consecutive years of drought followed by the record setting wet year of 2016/17. The last article outlines five important questions to consider when evaluating the suitability of a water supply for nut crops.
|March 2017 Water & Land Resource Manager (1,758KB)||
In this issue:
Using a Pressure Chamber to Manage Irrigation in Orchard Crops Workshop - April 20, 2017
Walnuts: When to Begin the Irrigation Season
Weekly Crop Evapotranspiration (Crop ET) Reports Will be Available Soon to Assist Farm Water Management in 2017
|Water & Land Resource Manager - Sept 2016 (2,185KB)||
In this issue:
This newsletter provides a summary of recent groundwater levels in Tehama and Glenn Counties from March 2015 through August of 2016. An article is also included that discusses how Sacramento Valley irrigated agriculture has changed in the past 10 to 15 years. I hope you find the articles informative. Thank you.