Science for Communities Workshop


The Delta Stewardship Council is hosting the second Science for Communities Workshop on July 12, 2024, at San Joaquin Delta College (5151 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95207).

This free, in-person workshop will showcase projects created through inclusive partnerships between scientists, community-based organizations, and members of the public, with the goal of research that addresses social-environmental issues in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

Attendees will be able to build relationships, promote knowledge-sharing, learn about internship opportunities and results from ongoing research projects, and much more.

Stay tuned, registration information will be announced soon.


The first Science for Communities Workshop, held in October 2022, set out with the goal of boosting Delta communities’ awareness of and access to environmental data and technical tools. It generated project ideas, including surveying Delta residents about public health under climate change, engaging in efforts to achieve the human right to water for unhoused people, and communicating the risk of harmful algal blooms.

A recording of the first workshop is available on YouTube

The Council works to advance California’s coequal goals for the Delta – a more reliable statewide water supply and a resilient Delta ecosystem – in a manner that protects and enhances the unique characteristics of the Delta as an evolving place where people live, work, and recreate. We carry out this mission by implementing the Delta Plan to ensure coordinated action in the region at the federal, state, and local levels.

Read more about the Council and the Delta Plan.

Delta Stewardship Council

715 P Street, 15-300

Sacramento, CA 95814

Business Hours:

8:00 AM-

5:00 PM


(916) 445-5511

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