Delta on the Edge


This is a great article about all aspects of the Delta … the small towns, farmers, boaters, etc.

It is frustrating when they cite Peter Moyle, a biologist at UC Davis who has long studied the area (and advocated for the tunnel), said that those with the “No tunnel. Save our delta” signs have to come up with a viable alternative for the region.“They need to figure out what the vision is,” he said. “It’s just not clear what saving the delta means, except maybe keeping the status quo.”

But people HAVE come up with viable alternatives for water throughout the state and for the Delta. The state just isn’t listening.

Delta on the Edge.

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