Explore California’s Vital Water Hub on Our Popular Bay-Delta Tour
Get a behind-the-scenes look at hot topics involving the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, the largest estuary on the West Coast, is a vital hub in California’s complex water delivery system as well as a rich farming region, an important wetlands area – and often, a source of conflict.
On our annual Bay-Delta Tour June 5-7, participants will hear from a diverse group of experts including water managers, environmentalists, farmers, engineers and scientists who will offer various perspectives on the latest news in the region.
Among the hot topics of discussion will include Gov. Gavin Newsom’s single-tunnel revision to a proposed project that would carry water beneath the Delta as well as the State Water Resources Control Board’s plan to increase flows through the San Joaquin and Sacramento rivers and their tributaries to help improve conditions for fish in the Delta’s delicate ecosystem.
Plus, tour participants will delve into issues related to Delta farming, flood management, endangered fish populations, restoration projects, water rights and how water is managed and delivered to more than 25 million Californians south of the Delta.
The annual Bay-Delta Tour is our most popular tour and May 6 is the last day to get an early bird discount on tickets. Don’t miss your opportunity to reserve a seat for this educational and fun tour. Last year it sold out with nearly 100 participants!