Forest Unlimited: Oak Woodland Ordinance Hearing Thursday, September 21, 1 pm

Forest Unlimited: Oak Woodland Ordinance Hearing Thursday, September 21, 1 pm

Please come to the Hearing on the Sonoma County’s Oak Woodland Ordinance at 1 pm on Thursday, September 21st.  We will need public support for a strong ordinance to protect oak woodlands from being denuded from various developments including agricultural conversions and/or expansions. 
The loss of oak woodlands need to be assessed by accounting for the loss of watershed retention, climate change mitigation and micro-climate effects, wildlife habitat, and the cumulative effects added to what has been previously lost.
We will continue to lose oak woodlands to developments as long as the cost of doing business includes externalizing the cost of environmental impacts to the public.
In today’s world, the impacts are now much larger due to increasing climate change effects and cumulative impacts that are overwhelming the ability of the natural environment to keep a balanced system.
This will be held at the Board of Supervisors Chambers at the address below. Alternatively, please join the meeting by zoom.
Thank you.
Larry Hanson, Board President
Forest Unlimited

Planning Commission Meeting

Date: September 21, 2023

Time: 1:00 p.m.

Address & Webinar Information:

In-person Meeting Information:

Board of Supervisors Chambers
575 Administration Drive, Room 102A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Webinar Information:

Zoom Webinar: Join Meeting>>
Telephone: 1(669)-900-9128
Webinar ID: 982 0346 5943
Passcode: 690470