Check Out the Agenda for Drought and the Delta Briefing
Sign up today for the free Oct. 25 event in Stockton
How has California’s severe drought affected the Delta? And what does the future hold for this vital agricultural and ecological region that also serves as the hub of the state’s water system?
Those are the key questions to be addressed at the Drought and the Delta, a free briefing Oct. 25 in Stockton. Speakers include Jay Lund, Director of the UC Center for Watershed Sciences, Delta Watermaster Michael Patrick George, Michelle Banonis, Manager of the Bureau of Reclamation’s Bay-Delta Office, and Peter Moyle, one of the foremost experts on California’s freshwater fish.
Also on the agenda for this one-day event, cosponsored by the Water Education Foundation and the Delta Conservancy, are two panel discussions on drought and its impact to water quality and agriculture.
- Peggy Lehman, an environmental scientist at the Department of Fish and Wildlife
- Lucinda Shih from Contra Costa Water District
- Michelle Leinfelder-Miles, Delta Crops Resource Management Advisor for the UC Cooperative Extension in San Joaquin County
- Al Medvitz, McCormack Ranch
The briefing will be held at the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium, 525 N Center Street. A complimentary boxed lunch will be provided.
Space is limited! Click here for more details and to register today.