Author Archives: Janus Matthes

Community Meeting To Discuss Sonoma County Fires

Community Meeting To Discuss Sonoma County Fires Santa Rosa Fire Update Meeting Please join me for a community meeting to discuss the fires impacting Sonoma County. Resources will be onsite for residents with questions regarding their mail, mortgages, property taxes, gas…

 

Sonoma, Napa, Lake County & Mendocino burns

We are all busy helping our neighbors, families and animals cope with the devastation we are going through right now. Air water tankers have been trapped at airports due to low visibility off and on and everyone here knows more…

 

Court of Appeals Rejects California’s Approval of Bee-Killing Pesticides

Good news from our friends at Earthjustice fighting the good fight…. https://earthjustice.org/news/press/2017/court-of-appeal-rejects-california-s-approval-of-bee-killing-pesticides September 20, 2017 San Francisco, CA —The First District California Court of Appeal issued an opinion Tuesday in a lawsuit challenging a California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR)…

 

Sierra Club Alert: California Wetlands

From our friends at the Sierra Club: Action Alert After ten years of development, the State Water Resources Control Board (Water Board) is planning on issuing new regulations to guide which wetlands in California are protected under state law, and…

 

Cannabis Cultivating Re-Visited by Dr. Shepherd Bliss

Wine & Water Watch has already had several comments about this article. This article will be in the October Gazette. We are against environmental damage, depleted aquifers, chemical use and the health and well being of the residents.   “….After…

 

Can Folic Acid Mitigate Autism-linked Effects of Pesticides?

Thank you commenter who sent this online article to Wine and Water Watch. We should not have to mitigate being poisoned for someone else’s profits. Mitigating destruction should never be an alternative when it comes to health, safety and welfare of natural…

 

Community Separators: Ask the voters not the supervisors

Communities that have voter approved community separators have very few abuses if the provision that any building in the community separators must go to the voters was included in the initiative and takes the discretionary powers of our supervisors to override…