Costs vs. Benefits of Big Water Projects

When compared with urban water efficiency, the water storage projects that would be half-funded by the November water bond have very high per-project costs, low yield, and immensely high costs per acre-foot of water. Increasing urban water efficiency only costs … Continue reading

Groundwater Forum March 12, 2015

Butte County’s Groundwater – 2015 Update – On March 12, 2015, Butte County, the City of Chico, and AquAlliance will host a forum to provide the public with an update on local groundwater issues and the challenges and opportunities to … Continue reading

Westlands Water District Ownership Maps

Westlands Water District is the nation’s largest agricultural water district, with customers owning 600,000 acres of farmland in Fresno and Kings counties in California’s Central Valley. View maps showing Westlands ownership of parcels in the Central Valley: Westlands Parcel Ownership Map – … Continue reading

AquAlliance Opposes the Water Bond

Click here to download printable document. Click here to view PACs that support and oppose Proposition 1. AquAlliance opposes the Water Bond, Proposition 1 on the November 4, 2014 ballot. The measure does have funding for some beneficial and cost … Continue reading

Lawsuit Produces Desired Outcome

AquAlliance sued the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation again over their inadequate environmental review of the Bureau’s ‘temporary,’ North-to-South water transfers that take place year-after-year. While we lost the injunction that sought to halt the transfers,* AquAlliance and our litigation partner, … Continue reading