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9th Annual Ventura County Farm Day – Meet The Hands That Feed You

9th Annual Ventura County Farm Day – Meet The Hands That Feed You

Ventura County, Calif. (October 26, 2021) –Now in its ninth year, Ventura County Farm Day is back with free, in-person, open farm tours on Saturday, November 6. This year’s theme is “Meet The Hands That Feed You.” Tour hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors can use a new online Farm Day Trail […]

We Must Reject Huge Financial Demands At UN Climate Conference

We Must Reject Huge Financial Demands At UN Climate Conference

By Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris In the 1996 award-winning film Jerry McGuire, pro football player Rod Tidwell had a single demand of his agent: “Show me the money!”  “SHOW US THE MONEY” is precisely what thousands of bureaucrats from developing countries will demand of us at the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations […]

17th Annual YSC Tour De Pink Rides Through Breast Cancer Awareness Month

17th Annual YSC Tour De Pink Rides Through Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Who: Young Survival Coalition CEO & Survivor Jennifer Merschdorf, 34 breast cancer survivors and over 100 cyclists, supporters, and volunteers. What: The 2021 YSC Tour de Pink Lisa J. Frank Memorial Ride is a 1-day, 62-mile bicycle ride in Ventura, CA. The ride will raise funds and awareness for the Young Survival Coalition (YSC).  YSC […]

California Is 4th Best State For Warm Winter Camping

California Is 4th Best State For Warm Winter Camping

Mike LaFirenza With the emergence of coronavirus variants and continued concerns about the state of the economy, the travel and tourism industry continues to face an uncertain recovery. But one segment of the industry has fared well during the pandemic: camping, RVing, and other forms of outdoor recreation. After much of the world shut down […]

Coal Power To Increase For First Time Since 2014, US Says

Coal Power To Increase For First Time Since 2014, US Says

by Thomas Catenacci US coal-fired power generation is projected to increase this year for the first time since 2014, the federal government said in a report Monday. The amount of electricity produced by coal plants is expected to tick up 22% in 2021, reversing coal’s six-year downward trend, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration […]

Electrification Of Society Requires A New And Smarter Grid

Electrification Of Society Requires A New And Smarter Grid

by Sheryl Hamlin Across the country, states are drafting Transportation Electrification Plans. These could include goals or mandates for electric vehicle adaption, charging infrastructure and localized battery storage. Read about the Arizona and California Electrification Plans here. What receives little to no discussion are the changes and enhancements necessary to the electric grid and all […]

Casting A Magical Spell On This Month’s Much Anticipated Holiday

Casting A Magical Spell On This Month’s Much Anticipated Holiday

VENTURA, Calif. October, 2021 – Witches, warlocks and skeletons…Oh my!  Halloween festivities return to Ventura Harbor Village, and this year’s line-up of events will definitely not disappoint. The spook-tacular seaside destination invites visitors from near and far to stop in for a spell as it hosts free community events for costumed kids, pets and parents who wish […]

Governor Signs Bill To Establish “Two Free Hunting Days” | Gains Report

Governor Signs Bill To Establish “Two Free Hunting Days” | Gains Report

SACRAMENTO – In an effort to increase hunting license sales in California and the associated critical revenues hunters generate for wildlife management in our state, on September 30th Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 804 – legislation authored by Assemblywoman Megan Dahle, R-Bieber, which directs the Department of Fish and Wildlife to designate two days […]

Leftist Millionaire To Fund Associated Press Climate Change Reporting: REPORT

Leftist Millionaire To Fund Associated Press Climate Change Reporting: REPORT

Thomas Catenacci James Murdoch, the son of billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch, and his wife Kathryn are close to a deal to fund a climate reporting division of the Associated Press, according to Axios. The Murdoch couple will make a multi-million-dollar investment in the Associated Press as part of the deal, two sources familiar with […]

City Approves New Water Rates Study as Residents Debate Environmental Regs @ Tuesday T.O. City Council Meeting

City Approves New Water Rates Study as Residents Debate Environmental Regs @ Tuesday T.O. City Council Meeting

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council approved our water and wastewater financial plans and water cost studies for calendar years 2022 and 2023, setting the stage for a December 14th, 2021 public hearing for final rate adoption. Also during Tuesday night’s meeting, local residents debated environmental issues such as the Huntington Beach oil […]

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