Lake Kinneret Water Level DropsThe water level in Lake Kinneret (the Sea of Galilee) has dropped 20 centimeters in the past month, according to environmental officials.
Shhh: Jordan Buys Israeli WaterA Jordanian paper reports that Jordan is negotiating with Israel, and not for the first time, for the purchase of water from the Sea of Galilee.
Finally: Kinneret Tops Red LineThe Sea of Galilee, Israel’s largest water source, topped the “red line” over the past few days, and now stands at 212.95 meters below sea level.
More Desalination NeededAfter a very late start, the winter rains are here in force – and the Sea of Galilee is benefiting. Israel still looks to desalination, however.
Rains Raise Lake Kinneret WatersWeekend rains have brought the water level of Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) up by 2.5 centimeters (1 inch), the Water Authority said Sunday.
Bilateral Big Jump in the JordanJews and Arabs from both sides of the Jordan River took a “Big Jump” – hoping the splash will jump-start efforts to rehabilitate the river.
Sea of Galilee Up Six CmWater flowed in from the Jordan River and was not pumped out of the northern lake. The result: a 2.5 inch rise in the water level.
No Water Strike Solution SightedInterest in the 6-week-old Water Authority strike is sparse because it doesn't affect the water supply - but the Kinneret level remains unmeasured.
Rabbi: Fast and Pray for RainIsrael's Chief Sephardic Rabbi, Rabbi Shlomo Amar, beseeches the public to fast and pray as another dry winter materializes.
Water Authority to StrikeWater Authority workers will begin a strike on Wednesday, ignoring permit requests and halting the measurement of the Kinneret.