Bay-Delta Virtual Tour 2020 Water Education Foundation Online WHEN October 8 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm Add to Calendar 20201008 2:30 pm 20201008 5:30 pm America/Los_Angeles Bay-Delta Virtual Tour 2020 Water from Northern California flows through the Delta and heads south to provide drinking water for more than 25 million […] Water Education Foundation MM/DD/YYYY COST TBD Member Pre-Registration Fee TBD Non-Member Pre-Registration Fee DEADLINE REGISTER NOW Water from Northern California flows through the Delta and heads south to provide drinking water for more than 25 million Californians and irrigation to 3 million acres of farmland that contribute to the state’s $50 billion agricultural industry. Stops include the Delta Cross Channel, the Bay Model in Sausalito, Los Vaqueros Reservoir and Suisun Marsh, which comprises more than 10 percent of the remaining wetlands in California and is the largest contiguous brackish water wetland in western North America. Issues discussed include Delta planning initiatives, the proposed tunnel project, water project operations, fish passage, ecosystem restoration, levees and flood management, Delta agriculture, storage, and drinking water quality and water supply reliability. This three-hour virtual tour will include: An overview presentation of the Delta An hour-long video tour of key stops in the Delta Live Q&A with the speakers in chat rooms where attendees can dive deeper into the topics As part of the event, you will receive the newest update of our Layperson’s Guide to the Delta, published in 2020, and be entered into a drawing to win one of the Foundation’s beautiful water maps. Contact Nick Gray, programs manager, with any questions via email or call 916-444-6240. — Need to make a change to this event? Submit request here.