Northern California Tour Explores Water Resources Across Sacramento Valley to Shasta Dam
Examine state and federal water projects key to California's urban and agricultural supplies on Oct. 2-4 tour
Get an up-close look at some of California’s key water reservoirs and learn about farming operations, salmon habitat restoration, flood management and wetlands on our Northern California Water Tour Oct. 2-4.
Each year, participants on the tour enjoy three days exploring the Sacramento Valley during the temperate fall. Join us as we travel through a scenic landscape along the Sacramento and Feather rivers to learn about issues associated with storing and delivering the state’s water supply.
The tour will visit Shasta Dam and Lake Shasta (the largest reservoir in the federal Central Valley Project), as well as Oroville Dam, the cornerstone of the State Water Project. In between these stops, tour participants will meet with irrigation companies, water districts, restoration projects, farmers and community leaders to learn how water travels hundreds of miles from these reservoirs to support California’s economy, ecology and people.
Tour participants also will hear about the impacts of the 2018 Camp Fire on water supplies in the town of Paradise, and will visit the town of Sites, where a new reservoir has been proposed.
Click here to purchase tickets for this exciting, fun and timely tour. This tour begins and ends at Sacramento International Airport, with overnight stays in Oroville (Oct. 2) and Redding (Oct. 3).
For an additional fee, California attorneys can receive continuing education credits for the tour. Click here for information about the remaining 2019 tours or contact Programs Manager Nick Gray at 916-444-6240 for more details.