Monthly Archives: December 2010

Do Fish Need Desal?

Check out the 21 minute video, Save Some Water for the Fish, featuring fisheries biologist, Don Alley, describing the habitat needs of native coho and steelhead salmon in the San Lorenzo River watershed. The Santa Cruz Weekly published a cover … Continue reading

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Marin Voters Take Decision on Desal in Their Own Hands

If you want to see the handwriting on the wall for our water future, you have only to look as far as Marin County. A year ago Marin was marching down the path to building a desalination plant when something … Continue reading

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Santa Cruz Residents to Drink Desalinated Water

One of the public misconceptions about the desalination plant is that Santa Cruz residents will consume desalinated water only in drought years. The truth is Santa Cruz residents will be drinking desalinated water year-in and year-out. Very little, if any, … Continue reading

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