Yolo County Water District and California Conservation Fund Team up on Water Storage and Habitat Conservation Project
The Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and the California Conservation Fund (CCF), a California non-profit public benefit corporation, have announced the joint purchase of the 320 acre Knight Ranch, located in the Dunnigan Hills northwest of Woodland.
Yolo has green light to take Clear Lake Water
Drought on the Surface
Yolo's Liquid Lifeline
By Jim Smith/Woodland Daily Democrat
Jim Smith offers a comprehensive look at the District's water supply and infrastructure in this article which ran in the Woodland Daily Democrat.
Anxious for Rain
By Cory Golden/Davis Enterprise Staff Writer
Published January 14, 2006
Davis Enterprise, writer Cory Golden explores the potential impact of the current water shortage on local farmers and ranchers.
The Art of Moving Water
By Beth Curda/Enterprise Staff Writer
Published Sep 04, 2006 - 18:52:27 CDT.
This article, which appeared in the Davis Enterprise, provides insight into the daily workings of the District as it supplies water to western Yolo County farms.
Yolo cattlemen hear about water at annual 'Fall Tour'
By WALT LUCAS/Special to The Democrat
Article Created: 08/24/2008 08:45:17 AM PDT
Max Stevenson, District Water Resources Associate, gave a talk to the Yolo Cattlemen's Association regarding local groundwater resources.
Organic olive grower named to water board
Article Created: 08/22/2008 08:22:26 AM PDT
Jim Mayer, the Executive Director of California Forward, a non-profit organization that promotes more effective and responsive governance has been appointed to the District's Board of Directors.
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