Explore California’s Vital Water Hub on Our Popular Bay-Delta Tour
Early bird price for the May 16-18 tour ends Monday
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the largest estuary on the West Coast, is a vital hub in California’s complex water delivery system as well as a rich farming region, an important wetlands area – and often, a source of conflict.
Our Bay-Delta Tour, May
16-18, will allow participants to hear from a diverse group
of experts, including water managers, environmentalists, farmers,
engineers and scientists who will offer different perspectives on
the proposed tunnels project, efforts to revitalize the Delta,
and risks that threaten its delicate ecological balance. (The
controversial tunnels project got a boost this week when
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
voted Tuesday to cover nearly $11 billion of the construction
In addition, participants on the tour will delve into issues related to Delta farming, flood management, endangered fish populations, restoration projects, water rights and how water is managed and delivered to more than 25 million Californians.
The annual Bay-Delta Tour is our most popular tour, and Monday, April 16, is the last day to get an early bird discount on tickets. Last year it sold out with nearly 100 participants! Don’t miss your opportunity to reserve a seat for this year’s tour.
Register here for this educational – and fun – tour. For an additional fee, you can receive continuing education credits.