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California’s Coastal Bluff Diversity
A walk on the ocean bluff is invigorating, so close to many amazing natural phenomena, but these areas see too little ecological protection. Ecotones- the area between two habitats- are well known...
Central Coast Community Energy
Happy 5th Anniversary to our friends at Sacramento Digs Gardening!
From Santa Cruz Sentinel...
Branciforte Library Reopens to Neighborhood Fanfare
Seabright residents gathered en masse to check out the grand reopening of the Branciforte Branch Library, which had been closed for about three years.
Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors to Give Grant Program a Closer Look
Supervisors approved the program's second round of grants last June and accepted more than 50 award proposals that distributed roughly $5.9 million in total funding.
One of the 77 grants by the Community Foundation Santa Cruz County will allow the nonprofit Salud y Cariño to continue its mission of bringing physical fitness and socio-emotional programs to Santa Cruz County girls.
In April, 20-year-old Beatriz Lopez returned to the ramshackle apartment she shares with 10 family members on Associated Lane, after spending 45 days in the emergency shelter at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds. That shelter closed on May 15 and …
Looking back on the history of the multicultural community as it moves into the future
The changes to the award process—known as CORE—will adjust how nonprofits around Santa Cruz County receive county funds.
When the Pajaro River flooded, nonprofit groups stepped up first to help victims. And they’ll keep helping, even after media coverage fades away.
Nonprofits and other groups play an important role in every community, yet people are often unaware of this work. Getting the word out is vital. We can help.
Josh Fryday, California’s chief service officer, touts the state’s AmeriCorps agencies, which offer paid service opportunities to students and others.
Volunteering it a great way to help your community. But you also reap benefits, including the chance to learn skills, reduce isolation and ease polarization.
On Friday, April 14, the Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce will be celebrating the movers and shakers of the city at its annual Community Awards Gala held at Brett Harte Hall at Roaring Camp Railroads from 5-10pm. In addition to …
By Mary Andersen AmeriCorps teams can be found at various county parks through April working on native plant growth, park restoration, and ocean conservation. They’ve also been engaged in disaster relief due to the recent storms. While here, the team …
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