Tag Archives: NapaVision 2050

Napa: Going up against PG&E’s destruction

THE DISASTER-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX “Out-of-state contractors with no knowledge of local protections and procedures see this is a “gold rush” (their words) for work on PG&E’s clock (our payroll).” In Napa, PGE’s efforts at fire suppression and powerline clearing are questionably…

 

Living With Fire: SAVING HOMES, LIVES AND FORESTS

  Living With Fire:  Saving Homes, Lives and Forests Fri, Jul 26, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center   (with simultaneous translation to Spanish) Speaker: Chad Hanson, PhD, Ecologist Director, John Muir Project Contributor to…

 

State Finds Napa County’s Groundwater Plan UNACCEPTABLE

State Finds Napa County’s Groundwater Plan UNACCEPTABLE The State Department of Water Resources “isn’t convinced that Napa County is adequately managing groundwater that sustains the area’s vineyards, wineries, rural residents and Napa River fish.”  So states the July 19 thissue of…

 

Glyphosate Usage in Napa County

Glyphosate Usage in Napa County As seen nightly on MSNBC. Shouldn’t this warning also be in Spanish? We are working to track and analyze the use of glyphosate and other pesticides and herbicides here in   Napa County  in order to…

 

Napa gets 864 acres on vital watershed protected

NAPAVISION 2050: ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM TAKES DETERMINATION AND PERSISTENCE Last week, after several years of controversy over Napa County watershed development, Pacific Union College placed 864 acres of forested land into a conservation easement after working with the Napa County Land…

 

Organic vs. Pesticides

What’s on those vines? What’s on that schoolyard? What’s in our groundwater? What are our children exposed to?  ORGANIC vs PESTICIDES   Wine & Water Watch with Napa Vision 2050 present PAM STRAYER, organic & Biodynamic wine researcher/writer and MEDHA…

 

NapaVision 2050 on fires

From our friends at NapaVision 2050 Recovery The Napa Valley is our home, not a destination. And while we don’t think anyone is trying to pretend the fires that ravaged Napa County didn’t happen, we can’t just let the last ember burn…