Agency lauds Governor’s water resilience decision

Despite recent precipitation events, Southern California, and the Agency’s service area in particular, remain precariously dry, which is why MWA fully supports Governor Newsom’s decision to temporarily modify required water releases from reservoirs to the State Water Project and Central Valley Project facilities.

Scholarships, grants awarded at MWA Water Summit

The Mojave Water Agency recently made a splash in the minds of middle and high school students at its annual Innovators High Desert Water Summit. The event was the culmination of two scholarship competitions that offered $3,000 in each winning category. The event also included water industry speakers, breakout sessions and student presentations on the campus of High Desert Church in Victorville.

MWA begins new public workshop series

Wondering where all that rainwater went after the recent storms drenched the High Desert? Principal Hydrogeologist Tony Winkel has the answers and will share them at Mojave Water Agency’s first community event of the year.

Mojave Water Agency Board Member Dr. Kimberly Cox reappointed to Lahontan Regional Quality Control Board

Apple Valley, CA — Mojave Water Agency Board Treasurer Dr. Kimberly Cox has been reappointed to the Lahontan Regional Quality …

Mojave Water Agency offers free water training classes this fall

The Mojave Water Agency and California Rural Water Association, in support of the Integrated Regional Water Management Plan, will offer …

Mojave Water Agency supports Delta Conveyance Project Draft Environmental Impact Report

Apple Valley, CA — The California Department of Water Resources is accepting comments on the proposed Delta Conveyance Project Draft …