Initiatives

  • Climate
  • California EcoRestore
    California EcoRestore is an initiative to help coordinate and advance at least 30,000 acres of critical habitat restoration in the Sacramento – San Joaquin Delta over the next four years.
  • Voluntary Watershed Agreements
    The administration of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. is working on both regulatory and voluntary ways to improve stream conditions for the sake of native fish.
  • California Water Action plan
    The Governor directed the California Natural Resources Agency, the California Environmental Protection Agency, and the California Department of Food and Agriculture to identify key actions for the next one to five years that address urgent needs and provide the foundation for the sustainable management of California’s water resources.
  • Salton Sea Management Program
    The Salton Sea is California’s largest lake. Thirty-five miles long and 15 miles wide, the desert lake extends from the Coachella Valley into the Imperial Valley. The Salton Sea Management Program is coordinating multiple state, local and federal agencies to address air quality and habitat threatened by a shrinking sea.
  • California Water Fix
    California WaterFix is a prudent, realistic, science-driven, and achievable approach to fix California’s aging water delivery system and protect our economy and public safety.
  • Independent Science Study on Well Stimulation
    Pursuant to Senate Bill 4, the California Natural Resources Agency commissioned the California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to conduct an independent scientific assessment of well stimulation, including hydraulic fracturing, in California. On Jan. 14, 2015, CCST released Volume I of the assessment to the public.