(Opinion piece by SBVWCD Board Vice President Richard Corneille.) As a professional engineer who has worked on water projects throughout Southern California, I can tell you that I am very
A series of three digitally printed textile layers illustrates a recording of layered sounds of the watershed in an art installation on display at UC Irvine’s Langston Institute and Museum
The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District has kicked off a new hydrological study to quadruple the amount of water that can be returned to the underground aquifer near Mill
The San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District has been working with the U.S. Geological Survey to analyze data collected during San Bernardino kangaroo rat monitoring completed since last fall. The
Recent storms in the San Bernardino Mountains have brought welcome flows of water for recharge. Totals for the month saw 870 acre-feet of water captured for percolation into the aquifer.
Just the words “Santa Ana” connote dryness. The Santa Ana winds sweep through Southern California, whipping around dust and brush, propelling the region into fire season. The Santa Ana River
Plans to establish public trails in the Santa Ana River Wash continue to move forward, with the Redlands City Council recently providing a letter of support for the San Bernardino
Slender-horned spineflower seeds collected last month by the California Botanic Garden are being cleaned and counted for use in seed bulking – meaning they will be grown in a controlled nursery setting