Northern California Tour Visits Oroville and Shasta Dams, Other Major Infrastructure
See key components of the state and federal water projects vital to delivering water across California
Participants of our Northern California Tour, Oct. 10-12, will venture deep inside Shasta Dam, keystone of the federal Central Valley Project, and take a houseboat tour of Shasta Lake, California’s largest reservoir.
Closed to the public for more than a year, newly accessible views of the Oroville Dam spillway are also on tap as well as an on-site update of repairs to the cornerstone of the State Water Project, including live camera feeds from the ongoing construction site. Plus, the tour will visit the town of Sites where a new storage reservoir has been proposed.
Each year, participants on the Northern California 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 visiting farms, wildlife refuges, dams and other sites to learn about issues associated with storing and delivering the state’s water supply.
Click here to register or learn more about the tour, which begins and ends at Sacramento International Airport. An early bird discount is still available through Sept. 10th!
Contact Programs Manager Nick Gray via email or at 916-444-6240 with any questions.