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  • Not one drop

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    Not one drop of water need be lost when Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park is restored.

  • The blame game in California's drought

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    As concerns over California’s drought intensify, a lot of finger pointing is going around. Some of it is justified, and some is not. We need to get past some of the hyperbole so we can concentrate on the real issues.

  • Not the Apocalypse

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    As winter comes to a close, it is obvious California's drought, now in its fourth year, is serious indeed. Much needs to be done.

    It is not quite the apocalypse for all of California, as some have suggested, although it may be for Delta smelt as well as some farmers.

  • The elephant is back

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    Last summer, the Fresno Bee published an editorial opinion on our behalf titled “The Elephant in Yosemite Park”.

  • Our cattywampus water rights

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    Please pardon the technical term, but I can't think of a better word to describe California's historically derived water rights system than cattywampus.

  • You are invited to our Annual Dinner on April 25, 2015. Get tickets now!

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    Tickets are now available for Restore Hetch Hetchy's Annual Dinner.  Please join the Board of Directors and staff of Restore Hetch Hetchy for this special evening.

  • Stanford to consider dam removal

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    We understand that Stanford University will soon decide on whether to remove the 123 year old Searsville Dam on its campus. 

  • John Muir Died 100 Years Ago

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    John Muir Died 100 Years Ago This Month: If John Muir were alive today...

    The world's foremost preservationist would be a restorationist

  • Fire in the spreadsheet - personal tribute to Martin Litton

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    Fire in the spreadsheet: A personal reflection on the life and legacy of Martin Litton

  • Peace in the Valley

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    East Bay MUD reaches historic agreement with San Joaquin County and valley water agencies

 
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