I know – you’re tired of the drought. Tired of hearing about it; tired of trying to squeeze a little more savings out of your garden and indoor water use; tired of processing bad news about dying fisheries, drying wells, …
About Dane Henas
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A big THANK YOU! to the 64 people who read their Policy Statements against the Tunnels diversion permit before the State Water Board on July 27, and to the 130+ additional people (and counting) who submitted Policy Statements in writing!…
Help stop the Tunnels permits: We need people to write to the Water Board & we need people to read their statements at the hearing on 7/27/16.
Please note: the recent ruling invalidating the Delta Plan does NOT affect the Water Board hearings. The hearings for diversion permits will go on as scheduled. The Tunnels are NOT DEAD. They are very much alive and moving forward.
A cost-effective, environmentally superior alternative to the Twin Tunnels
1.1 million acre feet of NEW WATER for California annually*
No damage to Delta farms or fisheries
Three organizations from Northern and Southern California have joined together to present a cost-effective, …
by Dan Bacher, posted on Daily Kos.
Fish species ranging from endangered Delta Smelt to Striped Bass continued to plummet to record low population levels in 2015, according to the annual fall survey report released on December 18 by the …
BAY DELTA CONSERVATION PLAN
JULY 2015 PARTIALLY RECIRCULATED DRAFT
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT/ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT
RECREATION (AND TOURISM)
Kim Glazzard and Barbara Daly – North Delta C.A.R.E.S.
Post Office Box 255, Clarksburg, California 95612
Now that your Water Fix comments are in, it’s time to write to the US Army Corps of Engineers. The tunnels cannot be built without a permit from the Army Corps.
How the Corps will evaluate the tunnels and make…
By Barbara Barrigan-Parrilla, Restore The Delta
Ten years ago, I was hired to bring together an unruly, but always entertaining, coalition of fishermen, farmers, conservationists, and residents to defend a place most Californians would have a hard time finding on …