California leaders are embroiled in many difficult decisions about the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, such as who should get the water, how it should be delivered and what to do about all the endangered fish that get in the way. Now there’s a new decision looming about the Delta, and policymakers are as stumped as ever: What to call the place?
The Bay-Delta watershed has been named a "Critical Conservation Area" by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a status that will target federal funding for water quality and habitat improvement projects.
There is four weeks left to submit public comments on the $25 billion plan to build two giant water diversion tunnels in the Delta.
The public is invited to a meeting Friday in Sacramento to learn about a proposal to restore 90 acres of tidal wetlands in the Delta, near Bethel Island in Contra Costa County.
Pointing to cost overruns with California’s high-speed rail project, lawmakers on Wednesday pressed state officials on the funding sources and ultimate price tag for the governor’s water tunnel plan.
State officials hold a public “open house” meeting in Clarksburg Wednesday on the $25 billion water tunnel project in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
A series of public meetings begin today in Fresno on the two massive water diversion tunnels proposed in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta by Gov. Jerry Brown.