On February 3, 2010, under Senate Bill No. 1, the new Delta Stewardship Council was created as an independent state agency tasked with developing the Delta Plan for achieving the coequal goals of providing a more reliable water supply for California and protecting, restoring and enhancing the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta ecosystem. Under the same bill, the CALFED Science Program became the Delta Science Program, reporting to the new Council.
An independent panel of experts released its advisory report from a CALFED Science Program-sponsored ecosystem restoration workshop to provide information and guidance for near-term ecosystem restoration efforts in the North Delta and Suisun Marsh. To see the panel's seven recommendations for how to succeed at planning, implementing, evaluating, and managing large-scale river floodplain and estuarine restoration projects
The State of Bay-Delta Science, 2008
Summarizes and synthesizes our current scientific understanding of the Bay-Delta.