In a move that would boost water deliveries to San Joaquin Valley agriculture and Southern California cities, federal fishery agencies are weakening decade-old endangered species protections for some of the state’s most imperiled native fish populations.
- San Joaquin Valley Sun: Blog: How much water the Valley receives may change soon. Here’s why
- CALMatters: Opinion: A new approach for managing California’s water and improving the environment
- Natural Resources Defense Council: Blog: Bad news for the Bay-Delta tomorrow: Trump admin’s new biops