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Sonoma County Farm Trails Connect the Public and Local Foods

Before weekly farmer’s markets and local food movements became a staple of the North Bay, Sonoma County Farm Trails connected the public to their local food producers. Formed in 1973, the nonprofit creates maps and guides for local agriculture, and hosts events such as the popular Gravenstein Apple Fair. For the last year, connecting the… Keep Reading

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White House Unveils COVID Vaccination Plans For Children Age 5-11

SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) — Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday issued a proclamation extending the drought emergency statewide and further urging Californians to step up their efforts at water conservation in the face of historic conditions. The state is experiencing the second driest year on record, near record low storage in California’s largest reservoirs and the… Keep Reading

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Much-needed rain finally falling in the Bay Area

Light rain started falling Sunday evening in the Bay Area, as a week of much-needed precipitation was forecast for the parched Northern California landscape. One to 2 inches of rain is expected to fall across the Bay Area over the next week, and even more could fall across the North Bay as a series of… Keep Reading

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Parents plan school walkout over vaccine mandate

Today, thousands of California parents are expected to keep their kids home from school as part of a statewide protest against Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recently announced student vaccine mandate. Around 2,500 people are slated to protest in front of the state Capitol building in Sacramento for an event called “Our Children, Our Choice,” according to a permit… Keep Reading

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Predicted Bay Area storm has potential to end fire season

The rainy season may officially kick in next week, with the potential to end the wildfire season, according to a long-range forecast by the climate forecast branch of the National Weather Service. However, to do that, the storm system predicted over the northeastern Pacific Ocean Oct. 20-24 would have to bring in 2 inches of… Keep Reading

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Nearly 100 rattlesnakes found living under Santa Rosa home

A Santa Rosa woman’s call to a reptile rescue organization regarding snakes under her home led to the discovery of dozens of rattlesnakes earlier this month, KTLA sister station KRON in San Francisco reports. Al Wolf, the director of Sonoma County Reptile Rescue Al Wolf, was called out to retrieve the snakes from the home on Oct.… Keep Reading

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Major Southern California highway closed by wind-whipped wildfire

SOLVANG — A major Southern California highway remained closed late Tuesday and evacuation orders were in place from a growing blaze driven by intense winds that raised the risk of wildfires in much of the state. More than 200 firefighters battled the Alisal fire, which covered 21 square miles (54 square kilometers) along coastal Santa… Keep Reading

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