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Russian River Weekly Update 4/22/24

Lake Mendocino on February 3, 2024, by E Salomone
Lake Mendocino on February 3, 2024, by E Salomone



Reservoir Storage & Operations:

Water supply information provided by Sonoma Water (find more water storage info here).

A table showing storage data for three lakes, including current storage, target storage, and recent changes.
A graph showing Lake Sonoma's water storage data over time, with various years' levels and designated storage pools.
A graph showing Lake Pillsbury storage levels by water year with a target storage curve.
A graph showing Lake Mendocino's water storage data compared across different years with flood control and supply pool levels.
A graph showing Lake Mendocino storage projections with observed and forecasted data until September 2024.


Flyer for a workshop on soil health and carbon beneficial practices in vineyards, scheduled for May 1st, 2024.

Resource Conservation District Soil Health & Carbon Beneficial Practices Workshop on May 1st, 9:30 AM to 12 Noon

Join MCRCD, Anderson Valley Winegrowers, Mendocino Winegrowers, and NRCS on May 1st, from 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM to learn about soil health and Carbon Beneficial Agricultural Practices. Presentations will include conversations on cover cropping and no-till in vineyard systems, rainfall simulator and infiltration demonstration, carbon farm planning, and other climate-beneficial farming practices. Contact or for more information. Register for the event at



North Coast Resource Partnership Quarterly Meeting logo, NCRP

North Coast Resource Partnership Quarterly Meeting: April 26th 9 AM – 3 PM in Weaverville, CA

The North Coast Resource Partnership (NCRP) is pleased to announce the next meeting. Meeting topics will include:

  • Partner & Agency Presentations
  • NCRP CAL FIRE Forest Health Pilot Update
  • NCRP Regional Forest & Fire Capacity Program Update
  • NCRP Handbook Update

See the NCRP Quarterly Meeting webpage for more information.


Free, virtual meet-up with special guests from CWEA, Heal the Bay, and LA Trade Tech

An ad for California Water Jobs featuring a worker overlooking water treatment pools, with a message about clear job opportunities.

 To celebrate Earth Month, CWEA is hosting a series of virtual career info sessions. Visit for career paths, salary info, training, and hundreds of openings. Promo flyer.

May 1 • 11:00 a.m. – Noon:  Water Jobs and Certs with CWEA, Heal the Bay, and LA Trade Tech
May 16 • 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m: Water Jobs and Certs with Women in Water
May 22 • 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m: Water Jobs and Certs with Crescenta Valley WD, City of Pomona and Valley College


Climate Resilience Through Regeneration: Recharge for Farms, Nature, and People

Sustainable Conservation announces the spring 2024 webinar series, Climate Resilience Through Regeneration. From revitalizing soil health to restoring habitats, and from effective flood management to replenishing groundwater, the series will explore actionable strategies for climate resilience that promise to reshape and regenerate our communities and ecosystems. 
The series will kick off on Wednesday, April 24 from 1:00 – 2:00 PM with a panel on the many benefits of groundwater recharge and how we can boost ecosystem recovery and protect community drinking water. Join California water experts to explore what the recent historic wet years mean for groundwater and how multi-benefit recharge is vital for building a thriving and climate-resilient California. Registration here.


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