Latest Delta Plan Opens Floodgates for More Debate, Controversy

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The Brown administration released an environmental study on Monday of its $25 billion plan that includes two massive tunnels to move water from Northern California to other parts of the state. Gov. Brown touts the plan as a conservation strategy to protect fish and wildlife while securing the state's water supplies. We'll discuss what's in the proposal, which will undergo a four-month public comment period before being finalized.


Lauren Sommer, science and environment reporter for KQED Public Radio

Tim Quinn, executive director of the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA)

Gary Bobker, director of the Rivers and Delta Program at The Bay Institute

Mark Cowin, director of the Department of Water Resources

Barbara Barrigan-Parrilla, executive director, Restore the Delta