- Delta Vision
- Bay-Delta Conservation Plan-CA Natural Resources Agency
- BDCP EIR/EIS Process-DWR
- Delta Risk Management Strategy
- Pelagic Fish Action Plan
- CALFED Ecosystem Restoration Program
- CALFED Water Supply Reliability Program
- CALFED Levee System Integrity Program
- Suisun Marsh Planning
- Interagency Ecological Program
- South Delta Improvements Program
- Delta Restoration Plan
- California Water Plan
- Interim Delta Actions
- Delta Levee Subventions
- Delta Special Projects
- North Delta Project
- Temporary Rock Barriers
- Blacklock Restoration
- Franks Tract
- 2-Gates Project
DWR RELATED LINKS
- Delta Suisun Marsh Office
- Division of Environmental Services
- Bay-Delta Office
- Division of Planning and Local Assistance
- Central District
- Public Affairs Office
OTHER AGENCY LINKS
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is a great natural treasure and a vital link in the state's water system, spanning five counties in northern California at the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers. As a result of the State's increasing population, demand for water and changing environmental conditions, the Delta is in jeopardy of collapse.
To avert an ecological disaster and ensure reliable water supplies for Californians now and in the future Governor Schwarzenegger has outlined a comprehensive plan for Delta sustainability. The Governor's plan is consistent with the California Water Plan and the Delta Vision's Blue Ribbon Task Force recommendations and includes actions that need to move forward now but will be consistent with any long-term strategic plan. Each of these actions will contribute to the sustainability of the Delta, restoring the environment and ensuring clean, safe and reliable water supplies for California.
Early this morning the California state Legislature passed an historic package of bills and a bond proposal that are designed to both ensure a reliable and clean water supply for future generations, but also restore the ecologically sensitive areas of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The bills will also create a Delta Council, a Delta Plan, stricter groundwater monitoring and enforcement of illegal diversions, more ambitious water conservation policy, and water recycling and conservation programs. (11/04/2009).
Governor's statement... Policy bills and bond summaries...
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DWR Actions to Protect and Restore California's Delta