March 2nd, 2017


Congress Steps Up Support for Cadiz Water Project

A bipartisan group of 18 Congressional Representatives from eight states has signed a letter urging Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke – who was confirmed yesterday – to withdraw a controversial Bureau of Land Management (BLM) determination that is holding up the …

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February 22nd, 2017


Cadiz Water Project Shines in Wet Years, too

As rains lash California and reservoirs that were nearly empty after five years of drought now have the state’s attention for a very different reason – worry about the overflowing Oroville Reservoir’s structural integrity – it’s a good time to remind ourselves about Phase …

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January 31st, 2017


Trump’s Infrastructure Priority List Includes Cadiz Water Project

A leaked list of President Trump’s priority infrastructure projects includes the Cadiz Water Project as the nation’s top-ranked new water supply project, and the top-ranked infrastructure project in California. The list, which was published recently by two newspapers in the McClatchy …

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November 29th, 2016


More Business Groups Support Cadiz Water Project

California business and agricultural organizations know the health of the regional economy is pinned to a reliable water supply in wet and dry years alike, so it’s little wonder that they are big supporters of the Cadiz Water Project. In …

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November 21st, 2016


Three Leading Hydrologists Bust Cadiz Water Project Myths

Three respected hydrological scientists, seeking to clarify questions about the environmental sensitivity of the Cadiz Water Project’s design, recently sent a letter explaining the science behind the Project to the Orange County Water District, which has been looking at the …

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