Conservancy News

  • April 16, 2014 Program and Policy Subcommittee Meeting

    The Program and Policy Subcommittee is scheduled to meet from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at the Conservancy's offices, 1450 Halyard Drive, Suite 6, West Sacramento. The Subcommittee will discuss the revised draft of the Conservancy Board's letter regarding the Bay-Delta Conservation Plan, membership and need for the subcommittee, and the Delta Watershed Initiative Network (Delta WIN). The Subcommittee also will hear program updates from the Economic Development, Ecosystem Restoration, and Education and Outreach programs. The agenda can be found here.

  • Marketing Your Delta Business: Revealing the Delta’s Treasures Workshop Offered May 6

    Tuesday, May 6, 2014
    8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
    Tower Park Village Clubhouse, 14950 W Hwy 12

    This free workshop focuses on developing a plan to cross-promote your Delta business with others.  It is the second in the Marketing Your Delta Business series and builds on five interest areas the community identified in the first workshop: 

    • Agritourism
    • Art
    • Food & Hospitality 
    • History
    • Recreation

    Interest teams will develop a messaging game plan with detailed strategies for implementing cross-promotional marketing.  In addition, participants will work across interest areas to identify opportunities to expand their exposure to new customers. Facilitated discussion will help encourage businesses to collaborate with non-traditional partners to move them beyond their existing markets.  Attendance at previous workshops is not necessary to get the full benefit from this workshop. Click here for registration information.

    The workshop is co-sponsored by the Conservancy and the Delta Protection Commission as part of the Delta Branding and Marketing Project.

  • Clarksburg Japanese School Charrette

    A planning charrette is scheduled for Friday, May 30 to explore the renewal and resue of the historic Japanese School in Clarksburg. The charrette includes a site tour and lunch, and is held at the Old Sugar Mill, 35265 Willow Avenue,  Clarksburg.

    The Holland Union Gauken (Clarksburg's Japanese School) is one of a few intact pre-World War II Japanese language schools in the state.

    If you are interested in participating, please contact Jill Shiraki at jshiraki@sbcglobal.net.

    Partner organizations: Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy, Delta Protection Commission, Office of Historic Preservation, California Preservation Foundation, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Preserving California's Japantowns, and Holland Union Doshi Kai.

  • Spring 2014 Newsletter is Available

    The Spring 2014 Conservancy Currents e-newsletter is available. Highlights include:

    • Delta Branding and Marketing project update
    • Ecosystem Restoration workshop summaries
    • Sierra to the Sea: a meeting between the Conservancy and the Sierra Nevada Conservancy
    • Delta History: Bryon Hot Springs

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