SPILLWAY


A Newsletter about California Water, Land, and People


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Winter 2004 (black & white, 444 KB)

"San Joaquin River Decision: Ecological Hope, Economic Fear," by Tim Stroshane
From the Arcade: NRDC v. Patterson Decision
Arresting Developments: Wintu Tribe Hold Anti-Shasta Enlargement War-Dance; American River's Hidden Fish Kill (contributed by Dan Bacher of Fishsniffer.com)
"CalFED's New 'Balancing' Act," by Tim Stroshane

Fall 2004 (black & white, 800 KB)

"Don't Privatize the State Water Project," by Tim Stroshane
"What is Neo-Liberalism?" by Elizabeth Martinez and Arnoldo Garcia
"Principles for a Sustainable Water Future in California," by Dorothy Green and the Board of the California Water Impact Network
"Inflating Air Concerns," by Tim Stroshane
"Schwarzenegger's Environmental Record," by Tim Stroshane

Summer 2004 (color, 146 KB; or black & white, 284 KB)

"California Populism: Scenes from the Ongoing Tax Revolt," by Tim Stroshane

Winter 2004 (color, 1.8 MB; black & white 952 KB)

"Playing the Odds with Environmental Water," by Tim Stroshane
From the Arcade (where important documents are kept):

Summer 2002

 "For Sprawl's Sake: Privatization and Its Effects on Water Quality," by Lynne A. Plambeck
"Untying the Other Klamath Knot," by Tim Stroshane
 Arresting Developments: Regional Counties Connect CalFED Dots; Pronsolino Challenge to TMDLs Rejected Again

Spring 2002

"Towing Water Bladders for Fun and Profit," by Mark Scaramella
Book Review: Tim Stroshane on Brent Haddad, Rivers of Gold
Book Review: Tim Stroshane on George L. Henderson, California and the Fictions of Capital

Winter 2002

"Reliability and Conflict in California, Part 1," by Tim Stroshane

Fall 2001

 "Klamath Drought and Irrigation Dogma," by Tim Stroshane
Arresting Developments: Siskiyou Drought; and Taking Tulare and Kern Property
"River City Los Angeles" Nathan Landau on Blake Gumprecht's The Los Angeles River: Its Life, Death, and Possible Rebirth
"Cleaning Up the Garcia," by Alan Levine (about the Garcia River, Mendocino County)

Spring and Summer 2001

 Legacies of the Monterey Agreement: Diablo Grande and Newhall Ranch
"Diablo Grande: A Signature Experience," by Steve Burke
"Watering Newhall Ranch on a wish and a prayer," by Lynne A. Plambeck
Arresting Developments: Doolittle Hoping to Do More; MWD and Electricity Deregulation; Water Funds Used to Buy Energy; CalFED Lawsuits.
"Who is the next State Fossil? Jumping in the Tar Pit," by Gray Brechin
"Congress decides funding: Hold CalFED to Its Word!" by Alex Hildebrand
Editorial: "Power Crises," by Tim Stroshane
"No Surprise? Habitat Plans Undoing Species Protection," by Roanne Withers
"CalFED designs: Decimating Delta Farming," by Tim Stroshane

Winter 2000

 Editorial: "Monterey Agreement: A Bloodless Coup," by Tim Stroshane
"A History of the Monterey Agreement: Glimpsing California's Future," by Tim Stroshane
"Political Science on the Navarro River," by Roanne Withers

Fall 2000

"Vanity Vineyards Killing Navarro River," by Roanne Withers
Arresting Develpoments: Testing Area of Origins; Don't Tread on Mojave; Newhall Ranch Gets Water After All
Editorial: "Releasing SPILLWAY," by Tim Stroshane
"Reframing CalFED's Framework," by Tim Stroshane
"MWD Builds a Water Market," by Tim Stroshane

Last updated: 16 February 2004