"C-WIN's primary strategies for achieving its goals include: 1) Ensuring adequate fresh water flows through the Delta and in upstream rivers to protect and restore public trust resources such as open water ecosystems and salmon fisheries. 2) Stopping poor irrigation practices from poisoning land, wetlands, rivers, streams,and wildlife. 3) Ensuring that decisions about water allocation are transparent, just, and in accord with principles of environmental protection."
The North State Water Alliance is a growing partnership of cities, counties, water providers, business, and community groups in northern California to Promote responsible solutions for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta that protect the economy, environment and quality of life in Northern California.
The Southern California Water Committee (SCWC) — established in 1984 — is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public education partnership dedicated to informing Southern Californians about our water needs and our state’s water resources. Through measured advocacy, SCWC works to ensure the health and reliability of Southern California’s water supply.
Searchable database from UCR. "The archive preserves access to hundreds of government, NGO, environmental, and consultant websites that are captured on a regular basis. These sites publish a wide variety of reports, data, and policy issues about all aspects of California's most important water supply, the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. This content is especially volatile as the California water infrastructure and market changes or as time sensitive issues are no longer on agendas or in the news."