Listed on this page are a daily log of selected clips from both the electronic and print media regarding stories that focus on the Delta Stewardship Council, the Delta, or water in general. They are listed from the most recent item released.
This month should finish with a little more than half the rainfall of a typical January in Sacramento. No rain is forecast for today, which would...Read more
The Department of Water Resources (DWR) will conduct this winter’s second snow survey on Wednesday, Feb. 1. One focus of attention will be the...Read more
Is the 2012 water bond heading for the drain? “There are two subjects water people least want to talk about: politics and money,” said the former...Read more
The latest Delta Flows, the January 30, 2012 newsletter of Restore the Delta (...Read more
Putting farmers onto underused land was once a matter of creating homesteads.Now it has entered the computer age, with nonprofits using the...Read more
From mountain hamlets to Sacramento City Hall, governments are asking taxpayers to dig deeper into their pockets to improve sewer and water...Read more
The month is forecast to finish with a little more than half the normal rainfall of a typical January in Sacramento.Read more
The plan deals with 17 billion dollars in projects to be performed in the next 25 years. Among the big ticket items are the expansion of several...Read more
While most of the political chatter following Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State address last week focused on high-speed rail and his proposed...Read more
This 36-page booklet provides information on a wide range of water issues facing California with particular focus on the Delta. To view the booklet, please click here.
To view the Appeals Procedures adopted by the Council on Sept. 24, 2010, please click here.
The Delta Stewardship Council has updated the timelines for completion of the Delta Plan, the recirculation of the Programmatic Environmental Impact Report and the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.