Draft EIR Monterey Amendment to the State Water Project Contracts (Including Kern Water Bank Transfer) and Associated Actions as Part of a Settlement Agreement (Monterey Plus)

California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | April 1st, 2015

Summary

The California Department of Water Resources (Department), as the lead agency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), prepared the environmental impact rep

Feather River Watershed Management Strategy for Implementing the Monterey Settlement Agreement

Plumas County Flood Control and Water Conservation District | May 14th, 2004

Summary

This Feather River Watershed Management Strategy document was prepared to help decision making by the Plumas County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the

Five Decades of Magical Thinking: How California's Water Policy is Founded on a Bankrupt 53-year-old Fantasy

California Water Impact Network (C-WIN) | May 5th, 2012

Summary

Recent revelations confirm that California's water policy is founded on a decades-old water deficit, one that will only be compounded by Jerry Brown's Twin Tunnels projec

Kern Water Bank: Myth and Reality

Kern Water Bank Authority | September 21st, 2010

Summary

A recent lawsuit filed by the Center for Biological Diversity claims that the Kern Water Bank was a “ripoff’ that benefited a few large farms in the Central Valley, t

The Monterey Plus Amendments to State Contracts: “Paper Water” and the Kern Water Bank Giveaway: A C-WIN Policy Brief

California Water Impact Network (C-WIN) | January 1st, 2012

Summary

Changes secretly made to the State Water Project by water contractors and the California Department of Water Resources in the 1990s, known as the Monterey Plus Amendments

The Monterey Plus Amendments to State Water Contracts: It’s Chinatown, Jake

California Water Impact Network (C-WIN) | February 1st, 2014

Summary

In the 1990s, ,ive of the extant 29 State Water Project contractors secretly colluded with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to change SWP policy, a move

Water Heist: How Corporations are Cashing in on California’s Water

Public Citizen | December 1st, 2003

Summary

In 1994, the largest contractors with the California State Water Project (SWP)—the state’s largest water delivery system—called the Department of Water Resources (D

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