Registration Open:

Delta Restoration Forum


On February 8, 2023, the first Delta Restoration Forum will bring together groups working on and impacted by ecosystem restoration in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and Suisun Marsh. For both in-person and virtual participants, presenters will share updates on progress towards recently adopted restoration targets in the Delta Plan, followed by an interactive listening session to hear from participants on the future of restoration in the region. The Forum will conclude with an open house and meet-and-greet in which agencies, organizations, and individuals will be available to discuss restoration-related programs, projects, and funding opportunities in the Delta and Suisun Marsh. Read the agenda linked below to learn more.

 

Attendance is free with registration.

·        Register to attend in person.

·        Register to attend virtually.


Please note: If the region experiences or is predicted to experience significant weather prior to or during the Forum, the Forum will be rescheduled.

VIEW THE AGENDA

The Delta Plan Interagency Implementation Committee’s Restoration Subcommittee is hosting this Forum. The Subcommittee, led by the Delta Stewardship Council and the Delta Conservancy, was developed to identify and implement strategies for reducing barriers to landscape-scale restoration and increasing estuary-wide restoration coordination, as recommended in the Delta Plan's recently updated ecosystem chapter.

A portrait of Dan Constable

"Council staff has prepared a digital overview that describes the need for and approach to strengthening Delta ecosystem restoration," said Environmental Program Manager Dan Constable. "It summarizes the Ecosystem Amendment’s strategies, policies, recommendations, and performance measures."

Digital art of a synthetic Delta landscape

"The amended Chapter Four promotes implementing restoration in a way that provides direct social benefits to Delta communities," wrote Environmental Scientist Annie Merritt and Environmental Program Manager Dan Constable in their blog "The Delta Plan Ecosystem Amendment: Updated Vision and Guidance for Restoration."

The DPIIC strives to facilitate Delta Plan implementation through collaboration in support of shared national, statewide, and local goals for the Delta. It explores opportunities to align actions, showcases achievements, and guides actions to address pressing issues in the Delta.

The Delta Plan Interagency Implementation Committee 

715 P Street, 15-300

Sacramento, CA 95814

 

deltacouncil.ca.gov

Business Hours:

8:00 AM-

5:00 PM

 

(916) 445-5511

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