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Beavers in Napa

New beaver dams are popping up in reaches of Napa County creeks that have not had beaver activity in recent history, like downtown Napa Creek. Beavers can have great benefits for the watershed - dams can improve water quality and quantity, reduce impacts of floods, and increase late season flows. Follow this link to find resources for living with beavers.


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2015 Napa County Watershed Symposium

Over 170 watershed stakeholders attended the day-long event held on May 15 to learn about the status and needs of watershed projects occuring in Napa County. View the Napa Valley Register's story about the Symposium here.


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2015 WICC Strategic Plan

On March 3, 2015, the Napa County Board of Supervisors accepted the WICC Board's 2015 Strategic Plan. The plan re-defines the role, mission and goals for the WICC. The plan will be used to prioritize future WICC activities. 


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New Breeding Bird Atlas for North Bay County

Napa-Solano Audubon has just published a Breeding Bird Atlas for Solano County. One of the many birds described in the atlas is the rare short-eared owl. Learn more about the Atlas by clicking on this feature title. Learn more about the short-eared owl by following this link.


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California drought, visualized with open data

The State of California is experiencing one of the most severe droughts on record. Many State, Federal, and Tribal agencies make routine observations of the water cycle. A new USGS website graphically visualizes these data to help understand the effect of drought on rivers, streams, lakes, and reservoirs.


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County awards $1.1 million Greenwood Avenue contract

Barry Eberling, Napa Valley Register

Napa County will replace a deteriorating, storm-damaged culvert that carries Napa River headwaters u...


Jun 23, 2015

Algae bloom creating a stink, clouding water at Clear Lake

Ken Wayne, KTVU

Clear Lake is California's largest fresh water lake, but people are being told to stay away from par...


Jun 26, 2015

Mighty floodgates being installed on McKinstry Street

Barry Eberling, Napa Valley Register

Hanging a gate on hinges is a big job when that gate weighs more than two tons and is designed to ho...


Jun 27, 2015

BottleRock stepped up recycling this year

Napa Valley Register

Sixty-five percent of the trash generated by this year’s BottleRock music festival was recycle...