San Francisco Estuary Partnership Releases

2022 Estuary Blueprint  

The 2022 Estuary Blueprint is a collaborative, consensus-driven five-year roadmap for the San Francisco Estuary. It identifies the top actions needed for climate change adaptation; improved water quality for animals and people; healthier wildlife and habitats; and thriving human communities. The Delta Stewardship Council is proud to have contributed to the development of the Blueprint and looks forward to partnering with SFEP in its implementation. SFEP Director Caitlin Sweeney will present on this topic at the August 25 Council meeting.


The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is an integral part of the San Francisco Estuary, which is the largest estuary on the west coast of North and South America. Did you know that the Delta is a water hub, a biodiversity hotspot, and California’s first National Heritage Area? Read our frequently asked questions to learn more.

Council members at the April Council meeting

The Council was created to align Delta decision-making with science. In the face of climate change, this connection is more important than ever. Progress requires bringing the right people together to implement timely, science- and nature-based solutions.

Delta Stewardship Council

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Sacramento, CA 95814



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