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Oh, my, Pachamama Alliance Sonoma County here we come!

Wayne and joined a packed Festival Pavilion, Ft. Mason, San Francisco crowd Thursday for the annual Pachamama Alliance fundraising lunch. Sweet potato filled with vegan fritata and quinoa, surrounded by guac and corn compote. Delish nutritious and for a good cause: saving the planet. Seems my good causes are usually [...]

By | November 21st, 2018|0 Comments

Bioneers, Daily Acts, DRAWDOWN, Farmers Guild, Center for Climate Protection

So my Oasis Farm and life partner, Wayne Morgenthaler, and I attended a fall bundle of necessary events, sessions led by amazing, brave, smart, guys and gals determined to save the humans from global warming, fire, alienation from nature, the breakdown of the American agricultural system WITH a dedication to [...]

By | October 29th, 2018|0 Comments

DRAWDOWN the Intro…amazing work we can engage with!

October 6th we gathered people in the Oasis Community Barn willing and able to DANCE WITH THE MONSTER, global warming and all that entails, and were deeply grateful for the opportunity. Dear friends, Linda Delair and Veronica Jacobi (running for State Senate and a great activist), brought us people, ideas, [...]

By | October 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Engage with Global Climate Action Summit (you are needed!)

So, with a background in political science and Berkeley SDS and riots, I'm overwhelmed with the humongous amount of info., characters, YouTubes, videos, webinars and opportunities for interaction with the Global Climate Action Summit and reversing global warming in general. 4000+ delegates! Major corporations pledging to use clean energy. Mayors [...]

By | September 13th, 2018|0 Comments

Great RiseforClimate march… Next: Global Climate Action Summit!

RiseforClimate, Sat. 9/8's SF rally calling on global leaders to deepen their committment to renewable energy, jobs and justice, to the Paris climate Agreement,(Save the Planet!), preceded the Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS) Sept. 12-14 on purpose. The focus on 100% renewable energy was muted a bit by so very [...]

By | September 10th, 2018|0 Comments

More on RiseforClimate Jobs and Justice, SAT., noon, Civic Center SF!

So this serves as an intro - or reminder - that multi-thousands of optimists (or activists who just can't let go of a positive outcome) will gather at SF Civic Center, noon on Sat. 9/8 to boost "Keep It In The Ground" - fossil fuels, that is, along with jobs [...]

By | September 6th, 2018|0 Comments

RiseforClimate – HUGE rally! SF Sat. Sept. 8th…we’ll be there!

RiseforClimate! So many groups going Sat. Sept. 8th - I'm not even going to list! We're on the bus, the 350.org bus, get tickets!!! North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP) also running buses so check w. either for your seat - leaving Petaluma around 10:20am from Lakeville Park & Ride. Glad [...]

By | August 19th, 2018|0 Comments

Plastric Free LIFE? Floating in that direction…

So was gratified to see, read, hear about Plastic Free July though we didn't manage to BE plastic free - moving in that direction; taking packaging out of our lives, less to landfill, more in the recycle bins! Use of wax-infused cotton cloths (Etsee) to cover dishes in the frig., [...]

By | August 18th, 2018|0 Comments

Can Carbon Farming Reverse Global Warming? True!

Years of hoping there is a provable way to curb or reverse global warming, and recently we learned that John Wick and Marin Carbon Project makes it clear SCIENCE that use of compost, can actually SUCK CARBON out of the air! Called carbon farming, the practice is documented in scientific [...]

By | August 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

Zero Waste, SoCo! Thx, Recology; 350 Bay Area, N. Bay Labor Council, Renewable Sonoma

Felt priviledged to be in the audience for Building a Movement for Good Jobs and Zero Waste at Aqus Cafe, Petaluma, couple of Monday's ago as Laura Neish, ED, 350 Bay Area, and her friends from Recology, our waste hauler AND composting teacher, explained how new goals and new equipment [...]

By | June 28th, 2018|0 Comments