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|Nov 22, 2017
“We attach to the landscape,” said Robert Macy at a November 9 event, titled“Emerging Stronger Together,” held at Altimira School. “Our memories are attached to the land.”
|Nov 6, 2017
Community meetings are planned this month to receive input on a stormwater resources plan for the Petaluma River and Sonoma Creek watersheds that will identify projects that utilize stormwater from heavy rainfall for beneficial uses, such as flood protection, recharge of groundwater, slowing erosion from hillsides, and improving water quality in creeks and streams.
|Oct 25, 2017
We were spared, for the most part, thanks to the incredible efficiency and courage of our firefighters, sheriffs and local police; but we are stunned.
|Oct 23, 2017
Written in the 1950’s and set in the 1930’s, modern audiences may find it tough to get past the basic plot points of N. Richard Nash’sThe Rainmaker, the Sonoma Arts Live production running now at the Sonoma Community Center.
|Sep 27, 2017
Naomi Klein, author of This Changes Everything, asking why progress on climate change is so slow, concluded that the difficulty lies with the threat to the present economic system. “Put simply, if the science is true, then the whole economic project that has dominated American power structures sinceRonald Reagan was president is out the window, and the deniers know it.”
|Aug 31, 2017
The Superior Court ruled in favor of the lawsuit brought by RiverWatch charging that the Climate Action Plan (CAP) is inadequate in evaluating the true environmental impacts of the county’s plan to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG’s) emissions by 2020.
|Jul 30, 2017
One of the first things a newcomer notices on moving to Sonoma, as I did three years ago, is the large number of pricey fundraisers that are held to support our many nonprofits. Instead of partying at home, our well-to-do throw a party for a worthy cause while wining and dining elegantly among friends.
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