Blog posts, news and current events

  • Rivers at work and play


    Southern Sierra spring snowmelt has begun 

  • The Water Business and the Public Trust


    A few recycled thoughts in recognition of the United Nations' World Water Day:


  • Drought Recovery for San Francisco?


    As winter draws to a close and after all the hoopla about our "Godzilla" El Nino, it looks like water supply for most of California will be about average - as measured by rain, snow and river runoff. For many areas this means significant recovery. For other areas, especially those where groundwater depletion has been significant, recovery will be limited.

  • Top ten reasons to come to Restore Hetch Hetchy's 2016 Annual Dinner


    Top ten reasons to come to Restore Hetch Hetchy's 2016 Annual Dinner


  • Feast or Famine for Junior Water Rights


    San Francisco gets most (85%) of its water from the Tuolumne River. Its water rights on the Tuolumne, however, are "junior" to those of the Turlock and Modesto Irrigation Districts.  

  • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (2016)


    The Restore Hetch Hetchy 2016 Annual Dinner, that is, not that famous meeting of prospective in-laws that took place on the silver screen 49 years ago.

  • water for everybody ...


    Water for Everybody ...

    and our highest praise to the Community Water Center

  • Some special people


    Some special people - the Restore Hetch Hetchy Board 

    the courage to start, the strength to continue, the resolve to finish

  • Not one drop of water supply need be lost in restoration


    Yosemite National Park can be made whole, San Francisco gets its water

  • Klamath dams and Hetch Hetchy restoration


    A comparison of water and power issues

    As reported by The High Country News, the Interior Department has announced that four dams on the Klamath River will be removed. The dam removal will take place, however, without resolution of the water conflicts at play.

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