Has Your School’s Drinking Water Been Tested for Lead? New Online Maps Show Results | MAVEN’S NOTEBOOK 

The State Water Resources Control Board has released a new map-based web tool that shows which public schools in California have had their drinking water tested for lead. Source: NEWS WORTH NOTING: CDFW accepting proposals for restoration projects that provide greenhouse gas benefits; New online map shows schools that have been tested for lead in drinking water […]
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New Tool Will Help Save Water By Measuring Plant Health From Space | Water Deeply

A new “space botany” instrument to be mounted on the International Space Station will offer the best data yet on plant stress, helping to track water demand on farms, cities and natural habitats, explains NASA’s Joshua Fisher. Source: New Tool Will Help Save Water By Measuring Plant Health From — Water Deeply
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San Diego Storm Water Spending Not Nearly Enough, Says City Auditor | KPBS

Projected infrastructure spending for the city of San Diego’s Storm Water Division isn’t even halfway sufficient to meet future needs, a deficiency that could increase the deferred maintenance backlog and affect the city’s ability to meet water quality requirements, according to an audit released Thursday. Source: San Diego Storm Water Spending Not Nearly Enough, Says […]
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Why Water Access Is A Crisis Of Our Time | mindbodygreen

It can be easy to take clean water for granted when it flows freely out of the tap. Yet the United Nations has predicted that as soon as 2025, two-thirds of the world’s population could be dealing with water scarcity. As horror stories continue to come out of water-starved communities around the world—from Houston to Puerto Rico […]
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Dozens of Water Systems Consolidate in California’s Farming | Water Deeply

Many small community water systems in California’s San Joaquin Valley suffer from polluted wells and financial challenges. To fix these problems, some are moving to connect with a neighboring water system. It’s not an easy process. Source: Dozens of Water Systems Consolidate in California’s Farming — Water Deeply
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