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Harmful Algal Blooms
As the weather heats up, Napa County officials urge recreational water users to avoid close contact with bodies of water containing blue-green algae.
Lake Berryessa Invasive Mussel Inspection Program
Boaters visiting Lake Berryessa are required to comply with screening and inspection to prevent the introduction of invasive zebra or quagga mussels. Boaters are asked a series of questions by trained staff to determine if further inspection or decontamination is needed to prevent the spread of these invasive mussels.
Calling for 2019 Watershed Calendar Images!
The 2019 Watershed Education Calendar's theme is “Birds of Napa County."
To showcase Napa’s incredible avian diversity, we are seeking images from the community to feature in the 2019 calendar. Grab those cameras and bird books! Please review the submission guidlines. Deadline is August 1st!
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Arundo: A Growing Problem in Our Creeks
Oxbow District Cleanup
Using Floodwater for Aquifer Recharge
Wild American Canyon: Coyotes
WIld Saint Helena: Save the Snakes
Sonoma Winegrowers Annual Sustainable Field Day
Family Environmental Movie Nights
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Jul 16, 2018
'Controlled Burns' Can Help Solve California's Fire Problem — So Why Aren't There More of Them?
By Molly Peterson, KQED Science
Jul 12, 2018
California Meets Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goal Years Early
By Ben Bradford, Capital Public Radio
Stormwater Capture in California: Innovative Policies and Funding Opportunities
By Morgan Shimabuku, Sarah Diringer andHeather Cooley
Jul 11, 2018
Napa County has taken a decade to create a climate action plan
By Gary Quakenbush, North Bay Business Journal