Legalize It! Clotheslines No Longer Banned In California
The new law prevents neighborhood associations for coming after residents for having clotheslines.
More Winemakers In California Using Less Water To Grow Grapes
RUTHERFORD, Calif. (AP) - The grape vines that grower Frank Leeds tends in Napa Valley stand among the unheralded heroes of California's drought, producing decade after decade of respected Cabernets and other wines without a drop of added water.
Water Officials To Announce California Hits Drought Goal For Third Consecutive Month
Max Gomberg, a senior climate scientist for the board, declined to provide specific figures ahead of the announcement but said he expects the results to meet the 25 percent savings goal set by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Slow Sewage A Smelly Side Effect Of California's Drought
Californians have been told to use less, and we’ve listened. But with less water going down the drain, it seems to be wreaking havoc on the sewer lines.
'Mother Goose' Working To Save Vacaville Birds From California Drought
One by one, more than 100 geese greet Marcy Gamba every day for some dinner and an evening dip at Lagoon Valley Park.
El Dorado Hills Man Says California Won't Let Him Save Fish From Drought-Starved Lake
An El Dorado Hills man’s effort to save fish from the shrinking Bass Lake is being rejected by the state of California.
Scientists: California's Drought Stressing Giant Sequoias
Patches of brown, dead foliage are appearing more than in past years, say researchers studying the iconic trees, which only grow naturally in the Sierra Nevada.
Company Offers To Pay People For Cutting Back On Water, Power Usage
He’s the man behind MeterHero, a former college professor in Milwaukee who left academia to head west. He hopes to change the world from his company’s tiny office overlooking Oakland.