The biennial Bay-Delta Science Conference is jointly sponsored by the Delta Stewardship Council (Council) and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) as a forum for presenting scientific analyses and results relevant to management of the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
The conference program will feature a range of topics relevant to the Bay-Delta science, management and decision-making community. This year’s conference theme is “Building Resilience through Diversity in Science.”
Registration will be announced in late 2020 though the Council’s listserv.
In this first segment of Estuary Voices, the San Francisco Estuary Partnership’s Liz Juvera asks four women working at the equity forefront to share their observations, struggles, and insights on how they are working, personally and professionally, to help identify the connection between keeping the Estuary healthy and racism in our communities.
This newsletter is your quarterly update on implementation progress of Estuary Blueprint tasks and actions as well as useful information about project successes from across the Estuary.
This issue spotlights the York Creek Dam Removal, our Estuary Heroes, and the start of planning efforts for the 2021 State of the Estuary Conference, along with several program updates from the Healthy Watersheds, Resilient Baylands program, the SF Bay Restoration Authority, and a note from SFEP Director, Caitlin Sweeney.
Read on in the full newsletter.