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Description:A network of people working for sustainable development on the Central Coast of California, in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties. is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Imagination Coast This site is powered by RebelMouse Join imaginationcoast on RebelMouse and create your own social site in minutes! Get Started To manage your own site, goto Site has been banned. Imagination Coast More Stories Enterprise ? Blog ? FAQ Privacy Policy ? Terms of Service ? 2015 RebelMouse Plans set Santa Cruz County's goals for pollution targets County residents had a chance Tuesday to weigh in on a regional plan aimed at meeting state-mandated greenhouse gas reduction targets. During a meeting at Watsonville Civic Center, the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments presented long-range land use and transportation objectives designed to cut Central Coast emissions 5 percent by the year 2035, while still making room for the region's expected growth. "It's probably, at best, incremental change," said Maura Twomey, AMBAG's executive director. "We're looking at strategies that make changes that result in a more livable community, and that meet the needs of the region." 05 March 2014 Share State and local pols jockey to resolve flood risk, habitat issues on banks of Salinas River There might be a silver lining to the devastating drought that’s drying out the West: The bone-dry Salinas River is allowing an alphabet soup of permitting agencies to take an extra year developing flood control plans. And they need the extra time, because the board of Monterey County Water Resources Agency voted 7-0 on Sept. 30 to sink its own plan for Salinas River channel maintenance. 20 February 2014 Share Fort Ord reuse: Agency says plan consistent with Monterey County general plan Despite concern from environmentalists, the Fort Ord Reuse Authority decided Thursday its plan is consistent with the county's general plan. Several groups had argued Monterey County's rules for development were much weaker than the FORA Reuse Plan, particularly when it came to water. Board members held firm their claim that the reuse plan takes the place of overlapping plans on the former Army base, meaning there is no legal reason they need to match. The county and FORA need the determination to move forward with future projects, such as the proposed Monterey Downs development. "The base reuse plan supersedes. It does have authority over all that," Seaside Mayor Ralph Rubio said. "... It is time for us to move this along. Get it done." 15 February 2014 Share Salinas speaker: Neuroscience behind climate change denial Imagine building reservoirs and desalination plants in Monterey County during the 1970s because we knew there would be a drought of the magnitude we are experiencing today? No need to imagine, because we did know. That was the message delivered Tuesday during the Salinas Rotary Club meeting at the National Steinbeck Center. The messenger: Rebecca Costa, best-selling author of “The Watchman’s Rattle,” a look at why leaders, corporations and even nations stumble even when they have solutions to problems staring them in their collective face. For example, the world has known for decades that climate change will negatively affect water supplies and exacerbate droughts. When did we act? Three weeks ago when the state issued an emergency drought declaration. Why? “Because policy is based on unproven beliefs and opinion makers,” Costa said. “We have 1.5 billion temperature readings from around the world, yet 65 percent of the U.S. population believes there is no climate change.” 19 February 2014 Share From Marina to Salinas by bus and bike Monterey County isn’t particularly known for public transportation. It’s a car-loving county, in a car-loving state, in a car-loving nation. Gov. Jerry Brown, in his State of the State address in January, said Californians drive 330 billion miles a year. The sun, he remarked, is 93 million miles away. But public transit could be a shining star in the county’s future. The Transportation Agency for Monterey County is planning a robust route from Marina to Salinas that will emphasize frequent bus service and will also be bike and pedestrian friendly, planners say. The trouble is creating a path that doesn’t conflict with the needs of Salinas’ agriculture and Marina’s university communities. “The idea behind this is to get more people to ride transit and to ride their bikes and walk on either end of the corridor,” says Ariana Green, a transportation planner with TAMC. In transit speak, the project is called a multimodal corridor – a road that accommodates multiple forms of transportation. One project goal is to provide bus service that comes along every 10 to 15 minutes, rather than the 30-minute waits commuters are used to now. 20 February 2014 Share As record drought intensifies, organic dairy farmers are the first to face financial crisis As California's record-breaking drought continues, organic farmers are facing shortages that could jeopardize their production of beef, milk and cheese. The Golden State's third straight year of dry weather is forcing farmers to make tough choices. Dairy and cattle farmers are the first to feel the squeeze of water shortages, as their cows need to eat year-round, while plant growers typically have until mid-March to make planting decisions. "Everyone knows it's going to be bad," said Dave Kranz, spokesman for the California Farm Bureau Federation, which has 78,000 members. "The question is, how bad is it going to end up being?" No more watering: Climatically correct landscaping is springing up in Southern California. Photo by M. Dolly, courtesy of Flickr. The state's second snow survey of the year, taken near Lake Tahoe last week, turned up even less snow than the first survey. Levels of snowpack are 12 percent of average for this time of year, down from 20 percent on Jan. 3. 03 February 2014 Share Leafy greens gumshoe From working on celery and lettuce breeding projects at UC Davis to serving as the vice president of lettuce operations for Dole Fresh Vegetables, Mary Zischke has dedicated her career to improving leafy green production. It comes, then, as no surprise that Zischke has spent the past eight years as the CEO of the California Leafy Greens Research Program which funds research projects that benefit the leafy greens industry by improving product quality through plant breeding. The Salinas based organization also supports practical food safety research efforts and pest management projects that lead to improved strategies for controlling plant pathogens, insects and weeds. Explaining she grew up on a farm in Michigan “with a little bit of everything on it,” Mary Zischke laughed and said her father’s advice was to “do anything but agriculture” because it was such a hard life. 03 February 2014 Share Salinas ag program accepting applications Applications are available for Class 45 of the California Agricultural Leadership Program in Salinas. Growers, farmers, ranchers and individuals working in allied busi... Whois

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