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Sonoma Gets Its (Toxics) Closeup: What’s On Those Vines? by Pam Strayer

Wine industry can’t be embarrassed enough to change their practices, little changes. It is important to know what is in our wine. We are reposting in case you missed it the first time. Thanks to Pam and her hard work…and for sharing. Has anything changed since this was written?  Here is an eye opening assessment report on […]

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Sonoma Gets Its (Toxics) Closeup: What’s On Those Vines? by Pam Strayer

It is important to know what is in our wine. We are reposting in case you missed it the first time. Thanks to Pam and her hard work…and for sharing. Has anything changed since this was written?  Here is an eye opening assessment report on the winegrowers ‘sustainability’ meeting by Pam Strayer, a leading specialist on organic and

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Researchers Turn Algae Into a Material as Hard as Steel – EcoWatch

Researchers Turn Algae Into a Material as Hard as Steel – EcoWatch Yale Climate Connections Oct. 15, 2019 02:30PM EST Science By Sarah Kennedy Algae in a pond may look flimsy. But scientists are using algae to develop industrial-strength material that’s as hard as steel but only a fraction of the weight. Thomas Brück of

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Sonoma County — Important News on Tree Ordinance

Sonoma County — Important News on Tree Ordinance Dear Supervisors The following is a short summary of issues – supporting  a Tree Ordinance in Sonoma County Forests, trees (in continental US and worldwide) are shown to be 15{5fc40a96f14c4a6aa4c2a32569b0a57dcc67c0b31eb04c341474283f11b6cdd2} to 20{5fc40a96f14c4a6aa4c2a32569b0a57dcc67c0b31eb04c341474283f11b6cdd2} of the solution potential for global warming. In the US, our forests are 25{5fc40a96f14c4a6aa4c2a32569b0a57dcc67c0b31eb04c341474283f11b6cdd2} of

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Sonoma Gets Its (Toxics) Closeup: What’s On Those Vines? by Pam Strayer

It is important to know what is in our wine. We are reposting in case you missed it the first time. Thanks to Pam and her hard work…and for sharing. Here is an eye opening assessment report on the winegrowers ‘sustainability’ meeting by Pam Strayer, a leading specialist on organic and bio-dynamic wines. Originally published: Organic Wines Uncorked

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James Conaway, chronicler of Napa Valley wine industry, warns money threatens to ruin America’s Eden

“Tourism devours what it loves” Investors and big companies have transformed the area with crass commercialism that has overridden the quality of life and harmed the environment. by Bill Swindell, The Press Democrat April 1, 2018 James Conaway is angry. Author and journalist, Conaway has been the foremost chronicler of Napa Valley for more than

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