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.
California has an extraordinary opportunity to make its water supplies safer and more secure. We can avoid the devastating economic impacts of a...Read more
A recent conversation made me realize that something critical was missing from the efforts to "fix" the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.Read more
Stewardship Council OKs Its Plan For Delta Lasting solutions may have proven elusive but the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta continues to be well...Read more
A second public meeting on the BDCP documents was held in Sacramento on April 4th to discuss the newly released chapters of the draft plan, which...Read more
California’s water future is at a critical juncture. The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is declining, both as a reliable hub for exporting water for...Read more
The days of using merely water from snowpack, rivers and streams is over, said Jay Lund Tuesday in a talk about groundwater, as part of a lecture...Read more
The nature of one of the most ambitious public works projects in California's history resides in the detail.Read more
Salmon swam out of rice fields recently, and they came out fatter than ever.Read more
The Director of the Department of Water Resources, Mark Cowin, was the final speaker in the California Water Policy Seminar Series which concluded...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.