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Why We Need Working Floodplains Floodplains are hard-working landscapes when they’re allowed to “act naturally.” An expert interview looks at efforts to get them working again. Read More
Jay Lund Elected to National Academy of Engineering Lund—an adjunct fellow at the PPIC Water Policy Center—was chosen for his work on California water. Read More
Governor’s Budget Banks on Voters Passing Water Bond To pay for most of the water initiatives in his proposed budget, the governor is banking on voters approving a $4 billion parks and water bond. Read More
Building Community to Support Healthy Forests An all-hands-on-deck approach is needed to improve the health of California’s headwater forests. Local agencies can help foster cooperative efforts. Read More
Farming Wetlands to Grow Birds California has lost 95% of its natural wetlands. Managing what’s left is complicated by inadequate water and infrastructure. Read More

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