There is a place for the odds and ends that don’t make it into the official reports and this is it. One of our writers has driven an estimated 750,000 miles to attend somewhere around 5,000 meetings. He doesn’t know much about water but he knows a lot about meetings and Highway 99. There’s no telling what will go through a person’s mind with all that alone time behind the wheel. Find out here.


Thank You to All Who Helped Make the 2nd SGMA Survival Tool Kit a Success

On Thursday May 30th WaterWrights.net along with the Tulare County Farm Bureau and the WET Center at Fresno State hosted the Second SGMA Survival Toolkit at the Veterans Memorial Building in Exeter. We expected 100 people and close to 200 showed up to hear two panels...

Rain in Louisiana

Starting in the early morning hours of June 6, 2019 the rain band over our home in Cecilia, Louisiana really cut loose. From about 4:00am until 8:00am or so it rained the equivalent of three inches per hour. Thank God we have decent drainage into the Bayou Teche which...

Research Project Announcement May 29, 2019

San Joaquin Valley Water Infrastructure Financing Strategies With the implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), stakeholders from the agricultural, environmental, and disadvantaged communities, along with urban interest groups have...

SGMA Event Exeter May 30th

Be sure to scroll down through the pages to see who's speaking and a schedule of the event.

Danish Water Technology Alliance and Fresno State May 13, 2019

The Danish Water Technology Alliance held a SGMA workshop at Fresno State’s Craig School of Business on Monday, May 13, 2019. The event began with fresh fruit, scones and coffee. So by the time Tommy Esqueda, Vice President of Water for the University began speaking...

Rain in Louisiana

Starting in the early morning hours of June 6, 2019 the rain band over our home in Cecilia, Louisiana really cut loose. From about 4:00am until 8:00am or so it rained the equivalent of three inches per hour. Thank God we have decent drainage into the Bayou Teche which...

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Research Project Announcement May 29, 2019

San Joaquin Valley Water Infrastructure Financing Strategies With the implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA), stakeholders from the agricultural, environmental, and disadvantaged communities, along with urban interest groups have...

read more

Delta View Water Association Announcement May 2019

Editor's Note: The following was received from Johnny Gailey, owner of Green Acres Ag Consulting of Visalia. He has been instrumental in forming the new Delta View Water Association. This nonprofit group has come together to help growers in white areas and those in...

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Valley Ventures Accepting Applications

Valley Ventures applications are now open! Valley Ventures is the best opportunity to learn what to do and what not to do to build a business any aspiring entrepreneur can have. Valley Ventures is now accepting applications for their Fall 2019 Cohort! Participants...

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Henry Miller Reclamation District #2131 Seeks a Water Master The Henry Miller Reclamation District #2131 (District) delivers irrigation water and provides drainage services to over 300 landowners covering 45,000 acres of highly...

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