||California's forests are turning tree cutters into millionaires||December 14, 2016 - Here's the sad story of the more than 100 million trees that the drought and other conditions have doomed in California.
||Grease for the Palms||December 9, 2016 - Two grand Canary Island Palms that once towered over the old Twin Palms restaurant have been reduced to sawdust, but the owner will have to pay for not having a permit
||Local Landmarks Lost||December 6, 2016 - Palm trees? What palm trees? Remember those grand palm trees at the Twin Palms restaurant? Gone without fanfare or a permit.
||New ‘Open Rivers Fund’ to restore waterways, remove aging dams||November 29, 2016 - The Hewlett Foundation and the Resources Legacy Fund have developed an 'Open Rivers Fund" to restore waterways and remove antiquated dams like Brown Canyon Dam in the Arroyo Seco.
||In new plan for Arroyo Seco, a real river runs through it: Larry Wilson||November 22, 2016 - Larry Wilson describes the new plans recently unveiled at a meet in Pasadena to restore the natural character of the Arroyo Seco stream and canyon.
||Drought Fosters Water Alliance Between States||November 11, 2016 - KQED reports that states in the Southwest are working together behind the scenes on ways to meet the long-term water supply challenges on the Colorado River by sharing water.
|| Op-Ed The delta tunnels — a project only engineers can love ||November 20, 2016 - Jacques Leslie rips into the diminishing justification for California Big Fix program for the Bay Delta. -
||102 million dead California trees 'unprecedented in our modern history,' officials say||November 19, 2016 - The devastating impact of California's long drought has caused the death of more than 100 million trees. The majority of the dead trees are in the southern and central Sierra Nevada region.-
||Exciting Alternatives for Arroyo Restoration||November 18, 2016 - Here's a report on the November 15 meeting in which the Corps of Engineers presented alternatives for ecosystem restoration in the Arroyo Seco.