Natural Resources (California)

Natural Resources (California)

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Continue monitoring park facilities in Park Forest.

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Support steady, planned industrial growth in Woodland, maintaining a balance between industrial development, housing development and city services capability.

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Support a yard refuse system that is efficient, economical and environmentally sound. The city ordinance should be reviewed, and a system should be dated that includes: enforceable regulations; mandatory participation; education of consumers; and continuation of recycling.

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Support efforts throughout Yolo County to adapt to climate change and to reduce (mitigate) greenhouse gas emissions in various sectors.

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Support of the County General Plan for Parks and Recreation.

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Support for prudent management of water resources, both surface and underground to insure quality of water in the Cache Creek watershed, one of Yolo County's major resources of ground water.

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Supports conscientious planning and development of Yolo County.
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The League of Women Voters believes that natural resources should be managed as interrelated parts of life-supporting ecosystems. As citizens of the world we must protect our planet from the physical, economic and public health effects of climate change while also providing pathways to economic prosperity.

Banner for June Climate Change Webinar
Event Date: 
Jun 18 2020 - 1:00pm

Join our webinar “Saving Food from Waste in SD”, on June 18 at 1 pm. Hear from City of Oceanside’s Environmental Officer Colleen Foster and ProduceGood’s Executive Director of Programs and Outreach Nita Kurmins Gilson on successful programs in North County. You must register to attend.

LWVSB Forum Climate Emergency During the Pandemic
Event Date: 
Jun 10 2020 - 4:00pm
Our Climate Emergency

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