|2.|| Delta Ecosystem 2050: Identifying the Desired Future and Vision for Restoration and Recovery: Committee members will discuss current objectives for protecting, enhancing, and restoring the Delta ecosystem in the Delta Plan; provide information on actions their agencies are taking to implement Delta Plan policies, regulations, and performance measures; and discuss their vision for achieving restoration and recovery moving forward.|A) Protect, Restore, and Enhance the Delta Ecosystem: Delta Stewardship Council staff will introduce the current Delta Plan objectives for protecting, enhancing and restoring the Delta ecosystem.
B) Ecosystem Progress Update: Committee members will present progress on California EcoRestore and learn about additional opportunities to support habitat restoration in the Delta.
EcoRestore Initiative: Progress report on EcoRestore implementation, including the recently developed Adaptive Management Framework.
Kristopher Tjernell, California Natural Resources Agency and Bill Harrell, California Department of Water Resources
Simplified Permitting for Restoration: Overview of progress and opportunities to support restoration work in the Delta.
Erika Lovejoy and Erik Schmidt, Sustainable Conservation
C) Future Delta 2050-2100: What does success look like?: Committee members will hear presentations on innovative planning processes that provide a framework for future action on ecosystem restoration in the Delta, and will discuss key management issues related to the Delta ecosystem at 2050.
Delta Conservation Framework: Laying the groundwork for implementation of Regional Conservation Strategies.
Carl Wilcox, California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Cache Slough Regional Conservation Strategy and Central Delta Corridor Planning Process: Presentation on regional planning efforts.
Campbell Ingram, Delta Conservancy
Central Valley Flood Protection Plan - Conservation Strategy: Presentation on floodplain restoration opportunities in South Delta.
Mike Mierzwa, California Department of Water Resources and John Cain, American Rivers