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WWW on Kendall Jackson’s attempt to pave over more ag lands

WWW on Kendall Jackson’s attempt to pave over more ag lands Is the county picking winners and losers? This would require a General Plan amendment and zoning changes. Please speak out. Our Letter: www.winewaterwatch.org February 2, 2021 To:  district4@sonoma-county.org, David.Rabbitt@sonoma-county.org  district5@sonoma-county.org, Susan.Gorin@sonoma-county.org,  chris.coursey@sonoma-county.org,  Tennis.Wick@sonoma-county.org RE: Kendall Jackson Hotel on AG Lands Wine and Water Watch is a […]

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WWW to Supervisors: Stop the Destruction of trees for more wine grapes

WWW to Supervisors: Stop the Destruction of trees for more wine grapes November 4, 2020 Dear Chairperson Gorin and Sonoma County Board of Supervisors: Wine and Water Watch is a non-profit organization that challenges the over-development of the wine tourism industry and promotes ethical land and water use. We advocate agricultural practices that are ecologically regenerative.

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WWW to Supervisors: Stop the Destruction of trees for more wine grapes

WWW to Supervisors: Stop the Destruction of trees for more wine grapes November 4, 2020 Dear Chairperson Gorin and Sonoma County Board of Supervisors: Wine and Water Watch is a non-profit organization that challenges the over-development of the wine tourism industry and promotes ethical land and water use. We advocate agricultural practices that are ecologically regenerative.

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WWW to Supervisors: Stop the Destruction of trees for more wine grapes

WWW to Supervisors: Stop the Destruction of trees for more wine grapes November 4, 2020 Dear Chairperson Gorin and Sonoma County Board of Supervisors: Wine and Water Watch is a non-profit organization that challenges the over-development of the wine tourism industry and promotes ethical land and water use. We advocate agricultural practices that are ecologically regenerative.

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The path forward in Sonoma County by Teri SHore, Greenbelt Alliance

“Several priorities seem a bit out of whack. Should we really be fast-tracking housing at the Santa Rosa Airport Business Park and in southeast Santa Rosa on county lands outside of voter-approved urban growth boundaries in Santa Rosa and Windsor? Both undermine long-standing city-centered growth policies.” The path forward in Sonoma County Sonoma County is

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WWW meeting notes on Land Use policies in Sonoma County

WWW meeting notes on Land Use policies in Sonoma County. Thank you Judith for some great notes. When scoping meetings for the General Plan and Local Coastal Plan start we will notify everyone and have a follow up meeting/forum on with information and actions by topics. In great appreciation for all the wonderful community minded

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