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After The Grapes Are Gone by David Keller,

What happens when the grapes are gone……   DAVID KELLER September 2015 PD Article Link Our succession of boom crops in Sonoma County provides an interesting history — and a cautionary tale. The county’s world-class wine grapes occupy more than 60,000 acres, with vineyard acreage expanding 80 percent between 1988 and 2014. Our climate, soils […]

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WWW is closing

Wine & Water Watch is ceasing operations as of August. We are proud of our accomplishments. Several pesticide groups have been spawned by our work over the years. We worked tirelessly on the Local Coastal Plan, educated our community to promote the working of environmentally sound land policies and protecting our water resources. The gaslighting

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Marker of DNA damage seen in men applying Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides

Marker of DNA damage seen in men applying Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides  Published: 20 December 2023 GMWatch.org New paper is “critical step forward in filling knowledge gaps of glyphosate carcinogenicity in humans”. Report: Claire Robinson A new paper from the US National Institutes of Health reports indications of DNA damage among men applying Roundup and other

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Wheat Intolerance Might Be Due to Glyphosate – New Canadian Study

Sustainable Pulse is reporting additional exposure and desiccating our wheat fields with glyphosate (Round Up) for quicker harvesting causing millions to suffer. Each year Sonoma County winegrowers use over 20 tons on the vineyards (CDPR.gov). Time to stop! Wheat Intolerance Might Be Due to Glyphosate – New Canadian  A scientific review identifies glyphosate as a possible cause

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Wholistic Fire Prevention Starts Now

Wholistic Fire Prevention Starts Now TARGETED GOAT GRAZING? It’s year round, economical, efficient and natural way to practice Regenerative Ag.    Goats, especially certain breeds, are natural brush eaters.  They eat the stuff that becomes tinder for wildfires.  When managed well they eat the troublesome stuff, poison oak a favorite, and leave the mature trees and

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State Proposes Precedent-setting Pesticide Notification Rule

Please note you can file an anonymous report on pesticide regulation abuses. Info on front page of this website For immediate release: Thursday December 14, 2023 Contacts: Jane Sellen, 530-575-0332, jane@pesticidereform.org Angel Garcia, 559-748-7065, angel@pesticidereform.org  State Proposes Precedent-setting Pesticide Notification Rule Farmworkers call for more transparency about location of planned pesticide applications Lindsay, CA: How can

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