Whet Your Interest in Water With Our Array of Accessible Online Resources
Access the latest articles from our journalism team, keep on top of drought news and tap into our water encyclopedia
Curious about the significance of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta? Looking for the latest information on the drought hitting California and the West? Want to read up on some of the historic figures in California water?
The Water Education Foundation has an array of online resources to help you keep up with what’s new, what you need to know and what you might be curious about involving water in California and the West.
Western Water news, the Foundation’s flagship publication, has covered important water resource issues and talked with key water leaders since 1977 and is now online. Our latest article, published today, examines how the troubled Salton Sea is finally getting state action to address its ills and promises of new funding that could push that work along.
The Foundation’s journalists — Jenn Bowles, who serves as executive editor of Western Water; editor Doug Beeman, and chief writer Gary Pitzer — bring deep experience covering natural resources in California and the West. You can sign up to have new articles emailed to you.
Aquapedia is our free, online water encyclopedia, where you can explore topics such as the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the Colorado River and groundwater use in California. We also have profiles of historic figures who had a significant impact on water in California and the West.
We have even more resources online to explore, from timelines for some of California’s major water resources to downloadable publications on such topics as engagement with disadvantaged communities and the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.