drought

March 31, 2022

Governor Newsom Issues Executive Order on Drought

March 31, 2022
      Authored by CalTrout Staff, Redgie Collins (Legal and Policy Director) and Analise Rivero (Policy Associate) On March 28, 2022 Governor Newsom issued Executive
March 29, 2022

Capitol Corner: Drought, California’s New Normal

March 29, 2022
February 28, 2022

CalTrout Sponsors New California Drought Preparedness Bill

February 28, 2022
On February 24, 2022, Assemblymember Jim Wood introduced a new bill (AB 2451) to improve drought preparedness for California. CalTrout is proud to sponsor the bill
August 17, 2021

California in Dire Need of Drought Reform

August 17, 2021
      By Redgie Collins, Legal and Policy Director, and Analise Rivero, Policy Associate   The California legislature returned from summer recess on Monday with
May 10, 2021

Trout Clout: Governor Newsom Expands Drought Emergency to Klamath River

May 10, 2021
Governor Newsom Expands Drought Emergency to Klamath River, Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and Tulare Lake Watershed Counties Governor Gavin Newsom today significantly expanded his April 21 drought emergency proclamation
April 29, 2021

Drought Causing Water Competition in the Klamath Basin

April 29, 2021
California is in the second year of a drought. According to the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences, “Northern California has received about 48% of average
December 9, 2020

Is California Heading Towards Another Drought Period?

December 9, 2020
Is California Heading Towards Another Drought Period? “California will have another multi-year drought,” says Dr. Jay Lund, Co-Director of the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences,
March 9, 2017

A Love Letter to the Yolo Bypass

March 9, 2017
As we learn more about Congress and the State’s focus on building more dams, CalTrout remains invested in finding better solutions, ones that involve working with
January 12, 2017

Heavy winter rains ease California’s drought

January 12, 2017
The beginning of 2017 was met with an intense storm that sent over 350 billion gallons of water into California’s parched reservoirs. Lake Oroville, Lake Shasta and
October 26, 2016

New legislation promotes water security for California

October 26, 2016
Clean drinking water is sacred to Californians – especially in light of our historic drought. Watersheds play a critical role in California’s supply system by providing