Events

Events or meetings that are of interest to landowners and colleagues of the Suisun Resource Conservation District are listed below.

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News

2023 PAI Cost Share Program Applications Now Open

The Suisun Resource Conservation District (SRCD) is pleased to announce the release of the 2023 Suisun Marsh Preservation Agreement (SMPA) Preservation Agreement Implementation (PAI) Fund Cost Share Grant Programs. The PAI Program provides grant funding for activities...

Notice to Public Bidders Due February 15th

Announcement of Pre-Qualification Procedures and Open Dates for Annual Pre-QualificationNotice is given that the Suisun Resource Conservation District (SRCD) has determined that all bidders on public works to be undertaken by SRCD must be pre-qualified prior to...

Marsh Vulnerability in the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary

USGS WERC’s Dr. Karen Thorne, her team of reseachers, and her partners are currently taking a local site network approach to describe current and future conditions and projected responses of coastal ecosystems to sea-level rise and other stressors. The Coastal...

2023 Spring Landowner Workshop

Join the landowners of Suisun Marsh on Wednesday, April 19, 2023 for a hybrid workshop hosted by the Suisun Resource Conservation District! More details to follow.

2022 Fall Landowner Workshop

Join the landowners of Suisun Marsh for a hybrid workshop hosted by the Suisun Resource Conservation District! Learn about issues affecting the Suisun Marsh and Pacific Flyway waterfowl. This event will provide talks by a number of experts in wetlands and waterfowl....

Fun Shoot July 29th

Join SRCD at the the SCF fundraiser at Birds Landing Hunting Preserve and Sporting Clays 2099 Collinsville Rd, Birds Landing, CA 94512   2022 SCF 18th Annual Shoot Social Flyer

PAI Applications, Final Applications Due June 30th

The Preservation Agreement Implementation (PAI) Fund provides grant funding for activities needed to improve managed wetland facilities, operational efficiency and water management capabilities. Instructions for each cost-share program specify which types of habitat...

Recording of April 20th Spring Landowner Workshop

The SRCD Spring Landowner workshop, focused on management and permitting will be help April 20th at F.P. Smith Parts and Equipment Warehouse. Topics will include invasive plant management, updates on current research, and information on maintenance permitting. Zoom...

Delta Smelt Closure Ends May 31

 Delta Smelt Gate Diversion Restrictions The Suisun Resource Conservation District will continue gate monitoring for the Spring Run of Delta Smelt starting April 1st through May 31st. SRCD will be checking all intake gates in these designated Delta Smelt areas by boat...

Notice To Public Bidders Due February 15th

ANNOUNCEMENT OF PRE-QUALIFICATION PROCEDURES AND OPEN DATES FOR ANNUAL PRE-QUALIFICATION     Notice is given that the Suisun Resource Conservation District (SRCD) has determined that all bidders on public works to be undertaken by SRCD must be pre-qualified prior to...

New Diversion Reporting Due Dates April 1st

New Legislation Consolidates All Water Use Reporting Periods and Due Dates   Senate Bill 155 was passed by the California Legislature on September 9, 2021 and signed into law by Governor Newsom on September 23rd.  As a budget trailer bill, the new law is...

Individual Management Plan Updates and Public Hearing April 14th

Individual Management Plan Updates When the Suisun Marsh plan was certified in 1977, it required an individual management plan for each private duck club. The original plans used a simplistic cookbook style management which we hope to change to a more adaptive and...

Reminder! Diversion Reporting for the 2020 Year is Due July 1st

Remember to fill out the diversion reporting for the 2020 year.  The reporting deadline is July 1st. Your Diversion Right IDs and passwords should be included on the letter that was mailed by the California Water Board. To do your diversion reporting go...

Nutria Identification

Nutria have now been found in San Joaquin County, which marks the fifth California county (in addition to Fresno, Merced, Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties) where the destructive, non-native rodents have been detected. Click the link for more information on the Identification of Nutria.