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Goleta Water District Holds Public Mapping Hearings

Goleta Water District Holds Public Mapping Hearings

Goleta, Calif., – Goleta Water District (GWD) will be reviewing and making initial comments on draft district maps at the next upcoming virtual hearing Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom.  GWD will be transitioning to district-based elections and is inviting all interested persons to participate. Residents and stakeholders are encouraged to participate […]

Goleta Water District Holds Public Hearing On Districting Process To Draw District Lines

Goleta Water District Holds Public Hearing On Districting Process To Draw District Lines

Goleta, Calif., – Goleta Water District(GWD) is hosting a series of public hearings to begin the process to transition to district based elections and is inviting all interested persons to participate. Residents and stakeholders are encouraged to participate and help draw district lines by providing public comments via email or phone, or at public hearings.  […]

SEEAG | Let’s Start a Garden!

SEEAG | Let’s Start a Garden!

Hello Teachers, Parents and the AG Community! We want to invite you to join SEEAG to learn more about agriculture, gardening and wellness at home.  Our goal is to share garden, wellness and ag-tivities via this newsletter and on our social media platforms, so students throughout Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties will continue to learn […]

Farmers struggling to meet labor needs, survey says

Farmers struggling to meet labor needs, survey says

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Good news for robotics, computers and technology in the cause of farming.  Thanks to a lack of workers—there is absolutely no lack of illegal aliens, farmers needs to change their operations.  The use of robots and mechanization is growing fast as the labor supply dries up.  […]

When Government says they’re doing it for the ‘Greater Good’ – Watch Out | Wildlife Project is a Theft of Property Rights

When Government says they’re doing it for the ‘Greater Good’ – Watch Out |  Wildlife Project is a Theft of Property Rights

    By Debra Tash In the Moorpark Acorn, January 11th 2019 edition,  Hector Gonzalez wrote a piece with a headline that veered close to a Marxist mantra, Finding the Line Between Public Good, Private Property.  In it there were four interviewees, the planner Kim Uhlich, who is in charge of Ventura County’s Proposed Habitat Connectivity and Wildlife […]

SEEAG Receives $218,684 California Dept. of Food & Agriculture Grant

SEEAG Receives $218,684 California Dept. of Food & Agriculture Grant

Ventura, Calif. (November 13, 2018)– Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) was selected to receive a $218,684 California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Specialty Crop Block Grant for SEEAG’s “Ventura County Child Wellness Initiative,” a program that is designed to educate and inspire children to eat healthy by adding locally grown Ventura County specialty […]

Moorpark and Somis | District 1 and 19 – Agricultural Focus Group Meeting

Moorpark and Somis | District 1 and 19 – Agricultural Focus Group Meeting

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SAVE THE DATE: 6th Annual Ventura County Farm Day

SAVE THE DATE: 6th Annual Ventura County Farm Day

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5th Annual Ventura County Farm Day Seeks Volunteers

5th Annual Ventura County Farm Day Seeks Volunteers

The 5th Annual Conejo Valley Farm Day is seeking volunteers. Farm Day, November 4, is when over 20 farms throughout Ventura County open their doors to the public.  Volunteers are needed at each of the farms to set up and staff information tables and to sell raffle tickets and Farm Day merchandise. They are also […]

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