How Can San Francisco's Bay Delta Be Saved?
The California Delta, one of the world's great estuaries, is San Francisco's main source of water and supports hundreds of plant and animal species. But for decades, it has also been the place where grand plans go to die. The latest proposal for its restoration, the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, faces political and legal challenges. Is the Delta doomed to decline? A panel of people who work in farming, conservation, and policy on the Delta join the San Francisco Chronicle's Lois Kazakoff to discuss whether the Delta can survive and even thrive. Make a reservation for this free event at zocalopublicsquare.org.