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Gov. Brown rallies support in San Diego for Props. 1 and 2

Gov. Jerry Brown visited San Diego on Wednesday to urge voters to back a water bond ballot measure, as well as a proposition designed to boost the state’s rainy day fund.

MANAGEMENT

Birch Aquarium names interim director

Deborah Zmarzly has been named interim director of Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego as a nationwide search continues for a new permanent executive director.

San Diego adopts mandatory water limits

For the first time since early 2011, San Diego is in a Level 2 Drought Alert, as the San Diego City Council voted unanimously Monday night to enact the more restrictive drought status.

Council to vote on more mandatory water restrictions

Faulconer joins in call for next level of mandatory water regulation

City Council committee to consider expanding mandatory water restrictions

Supervisor looks to bring artificial turf incentives back into discussion

Water Authority Board announces new officers

EY employees help give drought-resistant makeover at The Water Conservation Garden

GREEN

Supervisor touts program to replace lawns

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Gov. Brown rallies support in San Diego for Props. 1 and 2

Gov. Jerry Brown visited San Diego on Wednesday to urge voters to back a water bond ballot measure, as well as a proposition designed to boost the state’s rainy day fund.

State drought hits rice harvest

California's deepening drought is shrinking its rice harvest, and that's bad news for farmers, migratory birds and sushi lovers.

Birch Aquarium names interim director

Deborah Zmarzly has been named interim director of Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego as a nationwide search continues for a new permanent executive director.

Calif. needs long-term water plan

Gov. Jerry Brown laid out his long-term strategy for shoring up California's water system Monday, telling a water conference at Stanford University that the state's water crisis and the ongoing drought will occupy much of his time if he is re-elected in November.

San Diego adopts mandatory water limits

For the first time since early 2011, San Diego is in a Level 2 Drought Alert, as the San Diego City Council voted unanimously Monday night to enact the more restrictive drought status.

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