Keep Napa Green?

In the late 1960s, local leaders in the Napa Valley looked to the future and saw it was green. Or, at least, they were determined that it would stay that way. Read more

California farmers face water restrictions

California farmers’ surface water allocations were cut drastically this summer due to ongoing drought conditions. Now, farmers with water rights dating back to 1903 face water restrictions; last time farmers faced such restrictions was in 1977, according to the New York Times. Read more

Advocates sue the City of Tulare for safe water

The Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability, a Fresno-based advocacy organization seeks a court order requiring the City of Tulare to supply water to the Matheny Tract community, a 300-home rural subdivision south of the city.  Read more

Oddz N Ends

  • Did you know that all Indigenous Nations are different? Learn more
  • Rural Resources Community Action helps people and communities in northeastern Washington to “develop the skills, resources and services necessary to improve their general welfare …” Learn more

 

 

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