Action Alert: Support conserving water for wildlife and the Bay

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Jan 24, 2017

Too much water in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is being diverted. There’s not enough natural flow to keep the fish alive and the ecosystem healthy.

From the San Joaquin River all the way down to San Francisco Bay, low river flows have concentrated pollutants and harmed salmon and other Bay-Delta wildlife.

Now, California’s State Water Board has proposed a plan to increase flows in the San Joaquin River and its major tributaries to 30-50%. But the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, which manages water systems throughout the Bay Area, is at risk of siding against more water for the Bay and Delta.

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission needs to hear from Bay Area residents. Submit the form below to send a message to the Commission urging them to support conserving water, saving fish, and protecting the Bay:

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