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Today on Your Call: How should Bay Delta water be distributed in California?
On today's Your Call we’ll talk about California Governor Jerry Brown’s plan to build twin tunnels under the Bay Delta. They’re designed to carry water to farms and cities further south. Some environmentalists say the plan is dangerous and destructive to the Delta’s fragile ecosystem. Others have proposed compromises like building smaller tunnels. How do you think water should be distributed? Join the conversation and call in with your questions on the next Your Call, with Holly Kernan, and You.
Adam Scow, California Campaigns director at Food & Water Watch, an organization that opposes the Bay Delta Conservation Plan
Doug Obegi, senior attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), an organization that believes the Bay Delta Conservation plan needs to be scaled down
San Gabriel Valley Tribune: Cost of Bay Delta tunnel project could be $9,000 a household
State Water Contractors: Organizations throughout California Voice Support for BDCP
Nature.org: The Delta: A Water Source for Most Californians
Environmental Defense Fund: Bay Delta Conservation Plan Has Major Flaws
Patterson Irrigator: State releases first portion of water plan
The Bay Institute - Rivers and Delta