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THE FUTURE OF COMPOST IN SONOMA COUNTY, August 7th, Grange Hall 7pm

  TUESDAY AUGUST 7 THE FUTURE OF COMPOST IN SONOMA COUNTY Sonoma County is getting closer to a much-needed return of large-scale commercial composting after years of out-hauling its municipal green waste, a burden to taxpayers, overall sustainability and our local farmers. Join us at the monthly Farmers Guild to learn more and to provide input […]

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“We scientists don’t know how to do that”…..what a commentary!

Living on Earth – Gus Speth calls for a New Environmentalism http://loe.org/content/2015-02-13/LOE_150213_C1_GUS_SPETH_BOOK.mp3 First aired on February 13, 2015 In conversation with host Steve Curwood, NRDC co-founder Gus Speth reflects on the environmental movement both as a previous ‘insider’ and now as a reformer. In his new memoir “Angels by the River” Gus Speth calls for

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Winery Backlash in Sonoma County – KQED Forum

The number of Sonoma County wineries has more than doubled since 2005 and the industry has become the backbone of the region’s economy. But some neighborhood groups say escalating winery tourism from tasting rooms and events brings unwanted traffic and noise and threatens their rural quality of life. In response, county supervisors and planning officials

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