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Water Webinars 2020: Sharing Experiences Across the Americas

OverviewChile, Mexico, United States, CaliforniaAmanda Maxwell, Ed Osann, Tracy Quinn, Corinne Bell, Becky Hammer, Claire O'Connor, Joan Leary Matthews
NRDC and local partners are organizing a series of webinars about ensuring that more people and ecosystems are able to access clean water.

Guide to Building Healthy Soil

Issue BriefNorth Dakota, Montana, Idaho, United StatesArohi Sharma
As farmers prepare for the future, they cannot overlook the importance of soil health.

Portfolio-Based Conceptual Alternative for the Bay-Delta

OverviewCalifornia
A diverse coalition of environmental and business groups and urban water agencies share alternatives to meet the ecosystem and water-supply challenges facing the Bay-Delta, as well as to help California provide reliable water supplies for a healthy economy.