Local authors of the new book “What’s Making Our Children Sick” will talk about how toxins in food and the environment are leading to behavioral, developmental, and neurological illnesses in local kids. This event is not to be missed!
Join a statewide community – through local campaign efforts – working for a safe, toxic free future!
Gain the tools needed to eliminate toxic pesticides from our schools and parks.
Free! Kids are welcome!
Why do we need a toxic free future?
Sonoma County leads the way in providing community members a healthy quality of life, thriving watersheds and world class recreation. However, we still rely on toxic pesticides, such as glyphosate-based RoundupTM — a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer — for weed management in our public spaces, recreation areas & school grounds.
All synthetic weed killing products are harmful to human health and the environment.
To learn more about this campaign, safe alternatives to synthetic pesticides and more, click here.
We invite you to join us Saturday, June 23rd from 5:00 to 9:00 pm for a fantastic dinner catered by A La Heart at the Friedman Center in Santa Rosa.
Come celebrate and share stories with Sonoma County’s environmental leaders and passionate community members. A La Heart will be serving a delicious three-course meal focused on locally grown, healthy ingredients.
Platinum $2,500 (10 tickets/1 tables)
Gold $1,000 (8 tickets/1 table)
Silver $500 (4 tickets)
Bronze $300 (2 tickets)
General Admission Ticket Levels:
Advance General Admission $70 (before June 10th) | General Admission $90 (after June 10th)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your early sponsorship or student options!
A Huge Thank You to our Early Sponsors!
Warren and Janis Watkins
Jackson Family Wines
Recology Sonoma and Marin
Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
Operating Engineers Local No. 3
Assemblymember Jim Wood
Larry Laba and Barbara Bourne
North Bay Labor Council
Friedman’s Home Improvement
Carolyn Johnson and Rick Theis
Marc Bommersbach and Judith Olney
Jack Buckhorn and Maddy Hirshfield, North Bay Labor Council C.O.P.E.
William & Margaret Fishman
Preserve Rural Sonoma County
Padi Selwyn and Rueben Weinzveg
Veronica Jacobi and David Gougler
Nicholas Josefowitz, BART Board Director
Lynda Hopkins, Board of Supervisors, District 5
Douglas Allard- The Wattle Guys LLC
Sonoma County Growers Alliance
Chip Atkin and Margie Helm
L Willard and Nancy Richards
Bonnie Berkeley and Bill Smith
Mayor Jake Mackenzie and Barbara Mackenzie
Matthew and LaRee Maguire
Industrial Carting & Global Materials Recovery Services
Ed Sheffield, Santa Rosa City School Board
Marc and Jeanie Kahn
Michael and Barbara Molland
Maacama Watershed Alliance
Karen and Joel Erickson
Una Glass, Sebastopol City Council Member
Terry Price and Kerry Campbell-Price
David Keller and Alison Marks Keller
US Congressman Jared Huffman
Laurie and Ray Gallian
Join us in a community gathering for fire survivors, watershed enthusiasts, and local residents
Larkfield Community Garden at Maddox Ranch Park
Saturday, Feb 17th from 10:00am to 2:00pm
Receive hands on demonstrations of how to:
Protect our watershed
Hear from local leaders about recovery efforts
Enjoy live music and snacks!
For more information contact:
A proud partnership between these local community groups. Thank you to our generous sponsor Sonoma Clean Power!
As we grapple with the trauma from the recent wildfires, it’s important we create space for our community to come together.
This is why we are particularly grateful to be able to invite you to our Holiday Party on Monday, December 18th at 5:30pm.Come enjoy a delicious potluck provided by our Board Members, warm company among SCCA Members and love from our community.
All you have to do is show up!
Address: 540 Pacific Ave, Santa Rosa. Across from the Odd Fellows Hall
Time: 5:30 p – 8:00 p
This past January at The North Bay Community Engagement Fair, we gathered as a community with over 100 local groups and invited thousands of volunteers to directly engage with community! We were overwhelmed, humbled, and inspired by the response of our community and are answering the calling to continue this movement moment…
Please join us on April 5th, for an Engagement Breakfast of Community Leaders at the Sustainable Enterprise Conference at the Student Center of Sonoma State University! This breakfast is a cross-sectional gathering of leaders who are working towards a healthy, equitable, and resilient community to help secure civil liberties, protect the disenfranchised, empower a more equitable economy, and foster ecological regeneration!
Join us to connect with like-minded organizations, explore shared values with a diverse spectrum of local groups, and share your vision for Sonoma County as we build a foundation for collective impact.This breakfast aims to cultivate synergy, collaboration, and a holistic (and effective) ecosystem of change-makers, leaders, and coalitions of every kind. This gathering will help foster cross-collaboration, cultivate shared visioning and project discussion, and create an opportunity for your organization to share how we as a community can support your success!
7AM – Arrive, registration and breakfast
8AM – Another World is Possible Convening
9:15 AM – Adjourn to breakouts
This breakfast takes place before the annual Sustainable Enterprise Conference in the same location at the Student Center at Sonoma State University. This pass is not a pass to the Sustainable Enterprise Conference (SEC) – purchase deeply discounted passes here. You are welcome to stay and enjoy the SEC programming without a conference pass, but please don’t participate in the SEC lunch without registering for the conference.
Another World Is Possible
A coalition of diverse organizations and individuals working together to integrate and cross-pollinate the many efforts in the North Bay to ensure a healthy, equitable and just community!
- SCCA, Sonoma County Conservation Action
- CAFÉ, Conservation Action Fund for Education
- ARC | Alliance for Regenerative Communities
- The Arlene Francis Center for Spirit, Art, and Politics
- Farmer’s Guild
- Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Santa Rosa
- NBOP, North Bay Organizing Project
- Sierra Club
- Daily Acts
Petaluma Community Engagement Fair: Where Do You Want To Make A Difference?
Sunday, May 7, 2017 — Noon to 4 p.m.
Lucchesi Community Center 3
20 North Mc Dowell Blvd, Petaluma, CA.(map)
The Petaluma Community Engagement Fair is a grassroots, non-partisan effort to encourage and support residents’ engagement in the life of our community based on the values of respect, appreciation, and understanding of diversity and toward the goals of a sustainable environment, inclusive economy and the provision of assistance to those in need. This event is co-sponsored by Petaluma Community Relations Council, Sonoma County Conservation Action and CAFE, and will bring together Petaluma and other organizations and community groups with volunteers and activists who wish to further these values.
For further information: Contact Marjorie Helm – 707-321-3192 – MarjorieHelm10@gmail.com
ATTENDANCE AT THIS EVENT IS FREE OF CHARGE!
Join Conservation Action for a float down the Russian River with Don McEnhill, the Russian Riverkeeper & Riverkeeper Executive Director!
Learn about current water and river issues, and how we can do our part to help protect this incredibly valuable resource.
Paddle down the beautiful Middle Reach of the Russian River. This remote 6.5 mile journey will take us through an intimate and rarely accessed part of the river; providing the opportunity to see the river’s abundant wildlife in a new light!
Date: Wednesday, July 26th, 2017
Slide Scale Donation: $50-100
Tickets: Click here to purchase online or send a check to “SCCA, 540 Pacific Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95404” noting “Riverfloat”
RSVP: Email Kerry@conservationaction.org for tickets
Arrival Time: 3:45 pm
Start Time: 4:00 pm (we will leave on time, so don’t be late)
Meeting Location: Wohler Bridge Parking Lot, Corner of Wohler & Westside Roads, Outside Forestville