Free Briefing to Focus on Drought Impacts to the Delta
Join us Oct. 25 in Stockton
Five years of drought have severely taxed California’s rivers, reservoirs and groundwater. Across the state, water deliveries have been reduced, mandatory and voluntary conservation measures have been implemented and salmon populations have been decimated.
But what about the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the hub of California’s major water supply systems that also serves as an agricultural region and a crucial ecological resource?
With National Estuaries Week upon us, we’d like to extend an invitation to you to attend a special free briefing – Drought and the Delta – on Oct. 25 to learn how the severe drought has affected the region.
At the briefing cosponsored by the Water Education Foundation and the Delta Conservancy, speakers will address a variety of topics related to drought, including the Delta smelt, water quality and Delta farming.
The briefing will be held at the Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium, 525 N Center Street.
Click here for more details and to register today.