Volunteer, donate, put up a sign, wear a T-shirt, and inform your friends !
    • Get on the bus to attend meetings! Go to our Event Tracker page to find out about upcoming meetings, dates, and how to get on the bus.4-ArrivingByBus
    • Donate. STCDA is a 501(c)3 non-profit. All donations are tax-deductible. STCDA is a grassroots, all-volunteer organization. Even our legal council has worked tirelessly, for years, pro-bono. Donations are used to educate the communities that will be affected by the destructive WaterFix project and to hire consultants as expert witnesses to support our cause.

      Or send a check made out to “STCDA” to:
      P.O. Box 1760
      Discovery Bay, CA 94505

    • Write letters to the editor of newspapers throughout California. See hints about how to get your letters published. A list of email addresses for the Editors of various newspapers is provided here.


    • Display a Lawn Sign.

      Display on your front lawn, boat, dock, etc.

      To request a lawn sign, Click Here to send an email to the lawn sign committee.


    • Stay Informed – Join our Members Email List. “Become a Member”
      Become a member to receive periodic news and updates about the Delta and find out when and how to join your friends and neighbors to make a difference.
    • Jamie Bolt, harbormaster at Bethel Harbor. offered testimony during the public comment phase of the Delta Stewardship Council’s hearings in response to the Department of Water Resources request for the California WaterFix’s certification of consistency with the Delta Plan in West Sacramento, Calif., Friday, Oct. 27, 2018. (Tony Kukulich/The Press)

      Meeting of the Delta Stewardship Council, March 23, 2017. Photo by Richard Wisdom
      Discovery Bay Resident Susan Proesher during the Meeting of the Delta Stewardship Council at the Brentwood Community Center

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