Category Archives: Delta

Draft Delta Sign Plan public comment period

The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is a wonderful place to live and visit, but one of the common issues brought up by both residents and visitors is the need for increased/improved signs that can help establish and reinforce the Delta as … Continue reading

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The Great California Delta Trail announces beta version of new website

Visit the beta website for the Great California Delta Trail. The Great California Delta Trail System was authorized in 2006 in response to the growing demand for public access to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta’s natural resources, recognition of the importance … Continue reading

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California Cities Sue State, Allege Secret Discussions of Water Project

Over a dozen California cities, water agencies and environmentalists sued the state late Tuesday, alleging that state regulators have been secretly plotting and discussing a contentious $16 billion water project. The petitioners, led by Sacramento and San Joaquin counties, have … Continue reading

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Delta Protection Commission offers Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge docent tours

Every Second Saturday docents lead FREE tours of the Antioch Dunes, a National Wildlife Refuge that is otherwise closed to the public. The dunes are home to the endangered Antioch Dunes evening primrose, the Contra Costa wallflower, and the Lange’s … Continue reading

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Restore the Delta Pens Potent Letter Calling for Abolition of Delta Stewardship Council

Today, Restore the Delta called for the abolition of the Delta Stewardship Council (DSC) in a powerful comment letter directed at the Council’s recently released Draft Program Environmental Impact Report (DPEIR) on the Delta Plan Amendments that would greenlight the … Continue reading

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AP Reports Governor Brown Still Plans on Building TWO Tunnels in Phases

California water reporter for the Associated Press, Ellen Knickmeyer released a story with updates to the breaking news from last Friday about the Brown Administration’s plan to scale back the Delta Tunnels (CA WaterFix) project. Her report confirms what many … Continue reading

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Priorities for California’s Water

This past year was a prime example of California’s highly variable climate—and a precursor of the types of extremes that are expected to become more common. After five years of drought exacerbated by record heat, 2017’s record rain and snow … Continue reading

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