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2018 Watershed Awareness Calendars Now Available!
Limited supply left! This year's calendar features Native Wildflowers of Napa County. Images were captured by local photographers. Calendars are provided free to the community thanks to the Watershed Information & Conservation Council and the Napa County Resource Conservation District.
New Well Owner Guide Available!
The new guide provides well owners important information on how to maintain their well, along with a general overview of well owner responsibilities, including the need to control and prevent potential contamination of our groundwater. The guide was produced by Napa County to help all of us protect our groundwater resources and our health.
Special Study Examines Localized Northeast Napa Groundwater Trends
On Tuesday, October 24th at 11:00am the Napa County Board of Supervisors will receive a presentation and report on a Special Study of groundwater level trends in a small portion of the Napa Valley Groundwater Subbasin located northeast of the City of Napa and west of the Milliken, Sarco, Tulocay (MST) creek drainages.
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CAL FIRE Climate Change Investment Workshops
Exploring the preservation of landscape connectivity during climate change
Changing Channels Workshop
Conservation Burn and Biochar 101 Workshop
Bodega Day Birding with Napa-Solano Audubon
The benefits of using recycled water for agricultural irrigation
Mushrooms - WILD American Canyon
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Jan 11, 2018
Marijuana Farms Expose Spotted Owls to Rat Poison in Northwest California
by Kat Kerlin in Environment - UC Davis News
Jan 16, 2018
Why millions of dead trees in the Sierra may have helped save water during the drought
By Ryan Sabalow, The Sacramento Bee
Jan 13, 2018
Scientists Are Getting Way Better at Forecasting. It Could Change How We Deal With Droughts.
Emily Benson, Mother Jones, originally in High Country News - Climate Desk
Jan 11, 2018
Government Scientists Say A Controversial Pesticide Is Killing Endangered Salmon
By Dan Charles, KQED Science