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Are you #floodready? These rescue pups are! Join us for free life jackets (and rescue pups) at the Delta Flood Safety Fair Oct 20 in Walnut Grove!
* while supplies last
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Rescue pups say "Be aware, be prepared, and take action!" Show up to the Delta Flood Safety Fair tomorrow from 10 AM to 2 PM at the Walnut Grove Library to learn how. You may even get to take one of these little guys home!
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Today we went on a site visit to the Bufferlands and Lower Morrison Creek just south of Sacramento - one of our five cleanup sites for the Delta Waterway Cleanup. This thriving nature area, which is not generally open to the public, needs your help! Join us on September 15 for California Coastal Cleanup Day, a state-wide effort to remove harmful trash and plastics from our ALL of our waterways.
Register or view our other Delta Waterway Cleanup sites:
Learn more about the Bufferlands:
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Nominate potential or existing leaders in the Delta community for the Delta Leadership Program, a top-level development and networking opportunity. We encourage nominations from all walks of Delta life – agriculture, law enforcement, local government, non-profit organizations, local business, tourism and hospitality sectors and more.
The nomination period closes Thursday, October 25, 2018.
More information and the nomination form are available:
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We were out doing a site visit at our West Sacramento location in preparation for the Coastal Cleanup Day/Delta Waterway Cleanup (Sep. 15!) when we stumbled upon these shimmering beauties by artist Federico Díaz! #DeltaArt@thecityofwestsac
We are getting ready for the Delta Flood Safety Fair! There is so much information to share and fun to be had at this year's event! Save the date - October 20 in Walnut Grove!
"The J-Mack Ferry crosses Steamboat Slough in the Sacramento Delta, connecting Grand Island to East Ryer Island; about a 400-foot three-minute ride." Learn more about the two Delta ferries at dot.ca.gov/d4/deltaferries