Salton Sea Water Import

We've run out of time... While we've been having decades of meetings, the Salton Sea has been looking for enough water to achieve any, large-scale sustainable restoration initiatives. Although some relatively small projects are making progress, the Sea is drying up.

Water inflows have been diverted to coastal cities. The Salton Sea region needs a sustainable water source to survive, and thrive.

Let's finish the Coyote Canal from the Sea of Cortez, Pacific Ocean, downhill to the Salton Sea.

· Let's get the State of California and Imperial County cities educated, encourage them to pass support resolutions for water import, and complete the engineering, ASAP. Adding water compliments existing wetland restoration projects.

Benefits of adding water:

· No dust

· Habitat

· Economic growth

· Sustainable shoreline

· Desal however much you want

· Power generation

· Blue water instead of red

· No dust

 

Benefits of not adding water:

· Consulting contract$ for perpetual mitigation, far pricier than Owen$ Lake.

Intro: The EcoMedia Compass

Presented by Kerry Morrison - info@ecomediacompass.org

 

11:34 - Intro: The Salton Sea Coalition

Presented by Chuck Parker - pchuck48@gmail.com

 

18:14 - Agess, Inc.

Presented by Nathan White - agessinc@gmail.com

 

29:25 - Cordoba Corp

Presented by Rich Coles - rcoles@cordobacorp.com

 

39:00 - GEI Consultants

Presented by Michael Clinton - mcenginr@aol.com

 

51:03 - Geothermal Worldwide, Inc

Presented by Nikola Lakic. - nlakic@geothermalworldwide.com

 

101:14 - Quadrant II

Presented by Roberto Cossio. - rp.cossio@gmail.com

 

114:08 - Sea to Sea Development Team

Presented by Gary Jennings - garykjennings@me.com

 

124:31 - Sephton Water Technology, Inc.

Presented by Tom Sephton - tomsephton@sephtonwatertech.com

 

136:50 - Q&A & Discussion

Teams came together to present long-term restoration solutions for the Salton Sea by adding water.

Water Importation Project Proposals

 
Please review and share these important proposals. This outreach effort has been a collaboration between The Salton Sea Coalition, The EcoMedia Compass, and volunteers. Opportunities to attain long-term Salton Sea restoration including the Perimeter Lake and North Lake concepts work best with enough water for future generations. Much more public support is needed to evaluate, fund, design and build a full project. Let's envision a future grand enough to believe in, a future beautiful enough to thrive in.

 

2018 Salton Sea Water Importation Proposal Links:

Responses to 2017 Request for Information for Salton Sea Water Importation Projects

2017 Request for Information for Salton Sea Water Importation Projects

 

 

This information is also published on the website of the California Natural Resources Agency at: https://saltonsea.ca.gov/planning/2018-salton-sea-water-importation-proposals/

Want to support? Write a letter to your local representatives! Here's a template.

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We also need volunteer social media, bloggers, phone-callers, media teams and grant writers.

Resolutions Passed Supporting Salton Sea Water Import:

The Salton Sea Coalition, EcoMedia Compass & friends have been contacting local governments to pass resolutions for support of water import to the Salton Sea region. We need your help.

Cathedral City

Coachella

Desert Hot Springs

La Quinta

Indian Wells

Palm Desert

Rancho Mirage