Diminishing freshwater inflows to the Salton Sea continue to expose playa that could pose a threat to human health, along with increasing salinity that threatens fish and bird habitat. The State of California’s Salton Sea Management Program is an interagency effort established to develop a comprehensive, actionable management plan for habitat restoration and dust suppression at the Salton Sea.
The California Natural Resources Agency is conducting a series of workshops to provide information to the public about the Salton Sea Management Program’s 10-Year Plan and welcomes public comments and questions on proposed projects. For more information, visit http://resources.ca.gov/salton-sea/
All workshop locations and times are subject to change. Prior to attending a workshop, please check the Salton Sea Management Program web page at http://resources.ca.gov/salton-sea/If you have any questions about these workshops, you may contact Josh Zipperman at [email protected], or by phone at (760) 327-9708 extension 24.