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Carpe Diem West staff and advisors explore issues related to western water and climate change.

First Annual Healthy Headwaters Innovation Award

Commissioner Steve Mital, President of Eugene Water & Electric Board, accepts the award for Outstanding Innovation in Watershed Investment and Source Water Protection presented by Kimery Wiltshire...

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Toto, We’re Not in Beverly Hills Anymore

Occasionally, I go on a rant. This is one of them. Palm Springs (736 gallons daily per capita) does not have a water problem. Nor do - I’m guessing here - the corporate farm owners in the Central...

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Award Winning

Carpe Diem West’s new website is winning awards! If you have ever undertaken the huge task of redesigning a website - and maybe even if you haven’t, you certainly understand why I am so excited. L...

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Watch Where You Breathe

We’ve all read the jaw dropping numbers on this summer’s catastrophic wildfires: over 8 million acres burned so far, the cost of fighting those fires decimating the Forest Service’s budget, the ...

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Scary - yes; actions - Yes!

As he was walking the Rocky Fire containment lines last week, Governor Brown, sounding a little like the Prophet Isaiah (sans the beard of course) managed to scare the beejeebers out of millions of Ca...

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