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The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy (Conservancy) is a primary state agency in the implementation of ecosystem restoration in the Delta and supports efforts that advance environmental protection and the economic well-being of Delta residents. The Conservancy collaborates and cooperates with local communities and others parties to preserve, protect, and restore the natural resources, economy, and agriculture of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and Suisun Marsh.


Delta Conservancy Approves $18.9 Million for Nine Delta Projects

 The Board of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy (Conservancy) approved approximately $18.9 million for nine projects that will provide watershed benefits to the Delta region. The Conservancy is advancing a breadth of projects that will contribute to Delta ecosystem viability by:

  • Protecting and maintaining habitat values on working lands;
  • Restoring wetland, upland, and transitional ecosystems;
  • Advancing planning for multibenefit restoration projects; and
  • Eradicating invasive nonnative species.

Additional details are available here: http://deltaconservancy.ca.gov/active-prop-1-grants/.


Conservancy Begins Central Delta Corridor Partnership Regional Planning Process

The Delta Conservancy is coordinating a 9 month public process that will bring together the land owners, agencies, and interested stakeholders to collaboratively develop an initial coordinated corridor strategy for management and restoration of publicly funded lands along the Central Delta corridor (see map below). The planning effort will consist of a public workshop to introduce the partnership and planning process, and a 1.5-day charrette workshop, and a series of half day workshops, to develop and discuss strategies, and a final public workshop to present the draft planning document and solicit input. More information on the partnership can be found here.


Community Meetings to Discuss Delta Sign Needs

Want to help improve navigation and awareness of the Delta? Help the Delta community determine where signs should go and what they should look like!

Visit CA Delta, a collaboration of Delta residents, businesses, and state agencies, will be holding a series of community meetings to discuss sign needs, locations, and designs as part of a new Delta Sign Plan.

The Delta Sign Plan will:

  • Evaluate existing signs and discuss possible improvements
  • Determine the best locations for new signs in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
  • Design both modified and new signs for the Delta, if needed

The series of community meetings will take place throughout the Delta over the coming months and we are looking for your:

  • Local knowledge of the area
  • Suggested sign locations and designs
  • Feedback on sign designs

An RSVP through the links below is requested to determine space needs. More information on the Delta Sign Plan and Community Meetings can be found at visitcadelta.com.

COMMUNITY MEETINGS

May 3, 2018 5-7 p.m. – Presentation of the draft Delta Sign Plan and sign designs
Big Break Center Meeting Room, 69 Big Break Road, Oakley

For more information or to RSVP by email, please reach out to contact@deltaconservancy.ca.gov.


The Conservancy is Hiring an Accountant!

The Conservancy is now accepting applications for an Accountant I (Specialist) position. If you are a motivated and enthusiastic professional, with accounting experience, please view our online job posting. The position is open until filled.



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