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Community Forum: ‘Healing with the Land’

Sonoma Ecology Center is hosting a free community forum tonight, Nov. 27, for the people of Sonoma Valley in order to help residents learn more about important fire recovery issues such as toxic runoff, sparing our trees, and much more. “Healing with the Land” is...

Don’t Cut Those Trees!

Sonoma Ecology Center has an urgent message for local residents cleaning up fire-scorched properties: Please don’t cut down those trees and shrubs. They may look dead after last month’s wildfires killed their leaves and blackened their bark. But most are not dead –...

The Watershed Needs Your Help

Friends: There’s much work to be done to keep toxins out of our streams, and we could use your help today in our EMERGENCY WATERSHED PROTECTION PROGRAM. We’ve already been installing erosion control measures at O’Donnell and Dunbar; on Saturday we’re at...

SEC Maps Help Residents Get Their Bearings

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what’s a map worth? For many Sonoma Valley residents, maps displaying the regions burned in October’s wildfires have been invaluable. Three such maps produced recently by Alex Young, our geographic information systems (GIS)...