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October 18, 2016 – Calaveras Board of Supervisors – Special Meeting

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The price of water conservation—Using less and paying more

Many people have seen their water rates go up as they conserve more, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Water Deeply, September 26  Read More

Events and Reminders

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Foothill Conservancy Fall Harvest Celebration

Enjoy wood-fired pizza and fine Feist wines with Foothill Conservancy friends and supporters at our Fall Harvest Celebration, Sunday October 23, 4:00-7:00 pm. We’ll be celebrating in Feist Wines new tasting room, 15 Eureka Street, Sutter Creek. Super raffle prizes including a weekend EZ Tow rental, delicious local wines and other treats. Tickets are $35 and are available online or at the Conservancy office. For more information, contact... Read More

Planning Updates

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Weekly ReCAP: October 14, 2016

Weekly ReCAP is a summary of key local and regional land use planning news for Calaveras County (See below link) weekly-recap-for-october-14  Read More


The Calaveras Planning Coalition has released its  Position Paper: AN EIR IS NEEDED ON COMMERCIAL CANNABIS CULTIVATION AND ASSOCIATED ACTIVITIES The Calaveras Planning Coalition (CPC) supports the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors’ efforts to complete an environmental impact report (EIR) under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for the county’s proposed Medical Cannabis Cultivation and Commerce Ordinance Project, which would... Read More

Mokelumne River agency gets grant to better forest

 The Sierra Nevada Conservancy last week approved a $500,000 grant that will support restoration of meadows and thinning of overgrown forests in the Pumpkin Hollow area not far from Cabbage Patch on Highway 4.  The grant will go to the Upper Mokelumne River Watershed Authority, a consortium of water agencies that seeks to manage the watershed. But the forest improvements are expected to improve water yield and quality to both the Mokelumne and Stanislaus... Read More

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