About Us

Our Mission Statement

Save the California Delta Alliance (STCDA) is a public interest association committed to working with local, state, and federal government to create a balanced state water plan that keeps the California Delta a safe and healthy environment for all who live here while providing clean water exports for other areas of the state.

STCDA recognizes the damage that excessive water exports have caused and seeks to restore and protect the Delta while protecting the farmers and communities that call the Delta home.

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Who We Are

2018 Board of Directors and Officers:

  • Jan McCleery, President
  • Susan Silva, Treasurer
  • Linda Sepulveda, Secretary
  • Dane McCoy, Director and DBYC Liaison
  • Bill Wells, Director

Legal Council: Michael Brodsky

Address:

    STCDA
    P.O. Box 1760
    Discovery Bay, CA 94505

Members: Our rapidly growing organization has members throughout the Delta, the Bay Area, and beyond who are concerned about the Delta. To be added to our membership email list, click the Become a member link to send your email request.

Follow us on: FaceBook.

Board Meetings: The last STCDA Board Meeting was held on Monday, March 19th. The next board meeting has not been scheduled, but will be in the June/July timeframe.

Facebook Page

Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/SaveTheCaliforniaDelta/

Our Website Address(es)

We have several website address links to help you find these webpages:

  • www.NoDeltaTunnels.com – Our current fight is to stop the tunnels, so our main website address is NoDeltaTunnels.com.
  • www.STCDA.org – The official link to the Save the California Delta Alliance STCDA (note this is “.org”).
  • NoDeltaGates.com – The organization was formed in 2009 to stop the “2-Gates Project”. The 2-Gates were originally scheduled for implementation in 2009 and are now on-hold. Or first website was NoDeltaGates.com. You can still find us using this URL.

Fundraising

Your tax deductible donations to STCDA have been used to-date to hire experts to support our legal positions (e.g., to testify about the water quality in the South Delta if the tunnels are built, to testify about impacts on recreation from tunnel construction). A small portion of donations are used for the direct costs of making the public aware of the tunnels and other water diversion projects.

STCDA is a voluntary organization and does not, nor does it anticipate, paying board member salaries or wages.


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Or make checks payable to “STCDA” and mail to:

    STCDA
    P.O. Box 1760
    Discovery Bay, CA 94505

Save the California Delta Alliance (STCDA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit.

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