CV-SALTS (Central Valley Salinity Alternatives for Long-Term Sustainability) is a collaborative effort initiated in 2006 to find solutions to the salt problem in the Central Valley. The State Water Resources Control Board and the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board are the state agencies leading the effort. The Central Valley Salinity Coalition (CVSC) is a non-profit association of agricultural, business, and industry interests and state, regional, and local governments that have joined together to fund research and planning for CV-SALTS. The CVSC now has more than 20 members <link to roster>.
CV-SALTS is organized in a committee structure to guide research and planning. <Include a simplified organization chart graphic.>
Executive Committee – Description, including Membership and Fundraising Subcommittee
Technical Advisory Committee – Description
Best Management Practices Subcommittee – Description
Knowledge Gained Subcommittee (is this really the name of this subcommittee?) – Description
Lower San Joaquin River Subcommittee – Description (is this where this subcommittee goes?)
Public Education and Outreach Committee – Description
Click here to access the calendar of committee meetings, agendas, and supporting documents.