November 6, 2017
Decker Island Tidal Restoration Project Certified – 30-Day Public Review Period Opens
The CA Department of Water Resources (DWR) has certified that the Decker Island Tidal Restoration Project is consistent with the Delta Stewardship Council’s Delta Plan. A necessary step for all projects proposed within the legal Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The November 6 certification opens a 30-day public review period.
The certification can be found HERE (http://coveredactions.deltacouncil.ca.gov/profile_summary.aspx?c=54b23117-72ec-403f-8549-cefc5ab2fa9c)
More about the Delta Plan and the covered actions can be found HERE (http://deltacouncil.ca.gov/delta-plan-0 )
The Decker Island Tidal Restoration Project proposes to enhance 140 acres of tidal wetland, associated high marsh, and riparian habitats to benefit native special status species along the Sacramento River in Solano County. The site is currently an emergent wetland with some tidal connectivity. The proposed project will increase site water levels and flow, increase access for fish, inhabit the establishment of invasive vegetation, and enhance access to upland habitat. More about the project can be found HERE (http://resources.ca.gov/ecorestore/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Decker-Island-Habitat-Restoration.pdf