Mokelumne River becomes California’s newest Wild and Scenic River

Collaborative effort permanently protects the environment, communities, water supply and hydropower generation Thirty-seven miles of the North Fork and main stem of the Mokelumne River running through Amador and Calaveras counties became California’s 12th California Wild and Scenic River on June 27, 2018, when Governor Edmund G. Brown signed SB 854. The legislation was passed…

Town Hall Meeting to Discuss Moke River Supply Needs One Week Away

The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) and the Calaveras Public Utility District (CPUD) are hosting a town hall meeting Monday Aug. 28 to seek community input on a countywide long-term water supply needs assessment of the Mokelumne River, which is currently in progress. The final assessment will be submitted to the California Natural Resources Agency…

Mokelumne River Long-Term Supply Needs Town Hall Meeting

The Calaveras County Water District (CCWD) and the Calaveras Public Utility District (CPUD) are hosting a town hall meeting to seek community input on a countywide long-term water supply needs assessment of the Mokelumne River, which is currently in progress. Any and all input from interested citizens and those who live in communities along the…