Events Calendar

2024

  • Save the Date Flyer
  • Registration
  • This public event will be held in a town hall format that allows participants to discuss adaptation strategies. Those working on climate adaptation in the region and interested members of the public are encouraged to attend.

    The workshop will be a hybrid event with an in-person and remote participation option. Registration is not needed to participate in the workshop, but please consider registering if you plan to attend in person.

    For instructions on how to participate virtually, refer to the March Council Meeting Notice, which will be posted on the Council’s website 10 days before the event.

A Meeting Notice will be posted 10 days before the meeting.

A Meeting Notice will be posted 10 days before the meeting.

A Meeting Notice will be posted 10 days before the meeting.

The University of California Davis Coastal and Marine Sciences Institute and the Delta Science Program are hosting a one-day symposium exploring food webs research from the San Francisco Estuary to the Pacific Ocean in the International Center Multipurpose Room at UC Davis beginning at 9:00 AM.

The symposium is free to attend, both in person and virtually, but attendees must reserve tickets.

A Meeting Notice will be posted 10 days before the meeting.

A Meeting Notice will be posted 10 days before the meeting.

Location: SAFE Credit Union Convention Center | Sacramento, California

A Meeting Notice will be posted 10 days before the meeting.

2023

This symposium is being hosted jointly by the UC Davis Coastal and Marine Sciences Institute and the Delta Science Program. Visit the event web page to learn about its objectives, logistics, and more.

The Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta is a biodiversity hotspot, supporting more than 750 species of plants and wildlife. It’s also home to about half a million people and 500,000 acres of productive farmland. Delta waterways play an essential role in the state’s water delivery system, and the region’s towns and open spaces are a hub for recreation and tourism. In coming decades, climate change will impact the Delta and require unprecedented efforts to build its resilience. Join us for an engaging conversation about the area’s unique value and its future. Together we’ll unpack the ongoing work to protect communities from climate extremes, restore ecosystems, and build the economic and environmental sustainability of this unique region.

2022

2021

2020

  • Agenda

    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM - Council Headquarters (715 P Street, 15-300, Sacramento, CA 95814)
    1:00 PM - 3:00 PM - Walnut Grove Library (14177 Market Street, Walnut Grove, CA 95690)
    4:00 PM - 6:00 PM - Big Break Center (69 Big Break Road, Oakley, CA 94561)

  • Draft Public Participation Plan

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