Occupy Sonoma County

Climate Change or Diet Change?: Earth Conscious Eating Teach-in May 6

Climate Change or Diet Change?: Earth Conscious Eating Teach-in May 6 Occupy Sonoma County presents Climate Change or Diet Change?: Earth Conscious Eating Monday, May 6, 6-9 PM. 6:00-7:00 PM. plant-based potluck New to plant-based eating? You don’t have to bring a dish to share unless you want to. Simply enjoy all the delicious foods …

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Occupy Sonoma County film showing The Reluctant Radical Thurs. Nov. 8, 7 PM Arlene Francis Center

Occupy Sonoma County film showing The Reluctant Radical Thurs. Nov. 8, 7 PM Arlene Francis Center\ The Arlene Francis Center presents an Occupy Sonoma County showing of The Reluctant Radical Thursday, November 8, 7-9 PM Arlene Francis Center 99 6th Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Free with donations welcome If a crime is committed in …

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Occupy Sonoma County: call to action Climate Declaration

As Robert Swan said: “The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”      PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE From Occupy Sonoma County ​Santa Rosa, California​ ### Call To Action To The Entire Community! We urge all groups including schools, neighborhood associations, organizations, clubs,​ churches, and groups of …

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Wine and Water Watch Team

CALLING ALL SONOMA COUNTY CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVISTS

CALLING ALL SONOMA COUNTY CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVISTS for a SONOMA COUNTY CLIMATE CHANGE ACTIVISTS SUMMIT Organized by Occupy Sonoma County Co-sponsored by 350Sonoma Monday, July 31, 6-9 PM Peace & Justice Center 467 Sebastopol Ave. Santa Rosa 95401 Potluck at 6:00 with simple supper provided by Occupy Sonoma County. Bring a dish to share if …

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In Napa Valley, Vineyards and Conservationists Battle for the Hills

http://e360.yale.edu/features/in-napa-valley-vineyards-take-a-bigger-bite-out-of-forests-and-biodiversity The steady expansion of vineyards in California’s premier wine-growing region is moving uphill into oak and other woodlands and is adversely affecting fish and wildlife. Other wine areas, from Oregon’s Willamette Valley to Mendoza in Argentina, are facing similar issues. By Alastair Bland • May 11, 2017 Kellie Anderson stands in the understory of a century-old forest …

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