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Cruzio Receives State Grant for Equal Access Summits to the Sea Project
On February 15th, the California Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved Resolution T-17810, giving the green light to Cruzio's Equal Access Summits to the Sea (EAS2C) grant proposal. EAS...
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From The Pajaronian...
More than 250 people celebrated World Wetlands Day on Feb. 3, part of the restoration of Struve Slough. Watsonville Wetlands Watch co-hosted the event with a widespread planting project.
From Santa Cruz Sentinel...
Dozens of volunteers at Grey Bears were busy around two long tables making packages to be delivered to seniors throughout Santa Cruz County.
From Hilltromper Santa Cruz...
Rain is good. Eroded trails aren’t. Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Stewardship trail director Drew Perkins explains how to be a force for good and not evil when mountain biking after rain.
Learning the names, habitats and behaviors of local fungi in the Santa Cruz Mountains makes this writer want to know more.
From Good Times...
These nonprofits offer help to those who need it most.
From Press Banner...
Bank of America honored Housing Matters for work advancing economic mobility and building up underserved neighborhoods in Santa Cruz County.
These nonprofit groups participating in Santa Cruz Gives find creative ways to bring shelter animals and people together, and also help owners keep their pets.
From Times Publishing Group...
Local organizations like the Center for Farmworker Families and Pajaro Valley Loaves and Fishes try to advocate for farmworker rights and help put food on their tables.
From Lookout Local...
The Fire Safe Council of Santa Cruz County has launched the Home Ignition Zone Assessment Program, in which trained volunteers provide advice on home hardening.
Community Bridges cut the ribbon on its newly relocated Elderday, which offers a host of medical, social and nutritional services for older adults and people with disabilities.
Where do we go when we die? Is it a magical plane of existence located in the wisps of clouds? Or is it lurking just outside our visible senses? Are we able to communicate with the dead and can psychics get answers to questions we were never able to ask? Can the dead try to [...]
The doors of the new Jacob’s Heart Children’s Cancer Support Services Family Center are open at 567 Auto Center Drive in Santa Cruz.
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