The Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board is the regulatory entity that developed and implements the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program (ILRP). The ILRP is a Waste Discharge Requirement (WDR) permit that all irrigated agriculture must comply with in order to discharge water from irrigate agricultural lands to either surface water or groundwater.
CURES is non profit organization with many publication on best management practices for growers.
UC Cooperative Extension has many resources for growers on best management practices, integrated pest management (IPM) and source control.
CV‐SALTS is a collaborative stakeholder driven and managed program to develop sustainable salinity and nitrate management planning for the Central Valley.
The Delta Regional Monitoring Program (Delta RMP) is a stakeholder-directed project formed to develop water quality data necessary for improving our understanding of Delta water quality issues.
The San Joaquin Resource Conservation District is the governing entity of the San Joaquin County and Delta Water Quality Coalition.
The Central Valley Board engaged the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority (SCCWRP) to convene an Expert Review Panel to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of the present monitoring program requirements. SCCWRP has convened an independent, five-member panel to undertake a comprehensive review of the monitoring program. This site provides information about the Panel and its activities.