California Watershed Programlast updated: July 2013
The Statewide Watershed Program's purpose is to advance sustainable watershed-based management of California’s natural resources through community-based strategies.  
The Statewide Watershed Program is an extension of the previous CALFED Bay-Delta Watershed Program, is administered through the Department of Conservation (Department), and includes grants for watershed coordinators. The Program operates with guiding principles and goals and objectives, that includes maintaining a commitment to public involvement and Program transparency.

Contact California Watershed Program

Contact California Watershed Program

801 K St, MS 18-01
Sacramento, California  95814
Phone: 9163249013


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • California

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