Call to action: Tell the City of Petaluma to adopt an organic Integrated Pest Management Plan (IPMP)
Thanks for Joining Us For Blue Green Eggs & Ham 2023!
Join us for the Blue Green Eggs & Ham Breakfast Event, where labor and environmental organizations come together to discuss the most recent election cycle and look forward to the 2024 election. This event is about fostering dialogue and finding common ground. Hear from a panel of “Madam Mayors,” powerful and accomplished female mayors from the region, and David McCuan, a renowned political scientist from Sonoma State University. Enjoy a delicious breakfast as you connect with like-minded individuals and stay informed on current political topics. The event will be held on February 18th from 10am-12pm at the Plumbers Hall. Register now to secure your spot and learn, connect, and engage.
SCCA 2022 Endorsements
District 2: Mike McGuire
District 2: Jim Wood https://www.jim-wood.com/
District 12: Damon Connolly http://www.damonconnolly.com
Cloverdale City Council:
Healdsburg City Council:
2-Year Term – Brigette Mansell
4-Year Term – Chris Herrod https://www.
Windsor City Council:
Santa Rosa City Council:
District 4 – Victoria Fleming https://
Petaluma City Council:
Mayor: Kevin McDonnell https://www.
District 1 – Janice Cader Thompson https://
District 2 – John Shribbs
District 3 – Robert Conklin https://www.conk4pet.
Rohnert Park City Council:
District 1 – Samantha Rodriguez sr4rp.com
District 2 – Emily Sanborn https://
District 5 – Susan Hollingsworth-Adams votesusan
Sonoma City Council:
Sebastopol City Council:
Protect Our Working Woodlands
Tell the Board of Supervisors to Place a Temporary Moratorium on Tree Removal in Sonoma County
For decades Sonoma county’s iconic oak forests have been excessively cleared in the name of development without rigorous regard for the ecological importance of native oak and forest lands. Currently we do not know how many acres of Oak forests are being cut down every year.
We are urgently asking the Board of Supervisors to immediately enact a temporary ordinance prohibiting destruction of oak woodlands, pending study of climate, fire, watershed, and habitat impacts.
Advance our quality of life and protect the beauty and natural resources of Sonoma County for all generations through grassroots political action and education.
Through education and grassroots organizing, Conservation Action engages with the public on environmental issues and policies that affect Sonoma County, influencing the way our area will be shaped for years to come.
Fighting the Good Fight
For more than 28 years, those of us who love the place we live, work, and play have been mobilizing and giving voice to our environmentally concerned residents by:
We exist to mobilize and give voice to all of our environmentally concerned residents, encouraging action that will be seen and felt in our communities for years to come. You can help keep our organization one of the most politically effective groups in the area by donating or volunteering today. Please view our successes, volunteer opportunities, and Political Action Committee pages to learn more about how you can become an environmental steward for Sonoma County!