January 24, 2017 by Johnnie Carlson

California’s future is in our hands - not in Washington D.C.

Planning and Conservation League strategy event to evaluate ways to protect CA's progress in environmental sustainability and social equity Read More »

Storms put dent in drought but not the need to restore California’s water balance
January 11, 2017 by John Guenther

Storms put dent in drought but not the need to restore California’s water balance

Recent rains have been good news for state's water reserves but op-ed argues for more sustainable water management Read More »

Summit shares ideas on ending sprawl, expanding water conservation with environmental leaders
March 09, 2016 by Justin Ewers

Summit shares ideas on ending sprawl, expanding water conservation with environmental leaders

Symposium highlighted need for allies beyond usual environmental groups in effort to craft land use and water plans for sustainable growth. Read More »

Agriculture Key to California Economic Summit’s ‘One Million Challenge’ for Workers, Water and Homes
February 23, 2016 by AJ Hughes

Agriculture Key to California Economic Summit’s ‘One Million Challenge’ for Workers, Water and Homes

Key component of the Summit's outlined vision, which is designed to spur economic growth in the Golden State. Read More »

PCL meeting to tackle land use, water and CEQA
February 01, 2016 by Ed Coghlan

PCL meeting to tackle land use, water and CEQA

Water and the changing political dynamics of CEQA will be priority topics at the Planning and Conservation League's annual symposium. Read More »

VIDEO: Will El Niño dilute concern over California’s drought?
December 04, 2015 by John Guenther

VIDEO: Will El Niño dilute concern over California’s drought?

A deluge of rain won't end the lengthy drought nor the need to manage our water better says the manager of a major SoCal watershed. Read More »

Employing nature to replenish California’s groundwater supplies
July 01, 2015 by Judy Corbett

Employing nature to replenish California’s groundwater supplies

California's long drought and increased groundwater pumping has put into focus the vital benefits of protecting recharge zones. Read More »

Innovation awards honor California strategy for sustainable rural growth
June 10, 2015 by John Guenther

Innovation awards honor California strategy for sustainable rural growth

Harvard school acknowledges Sacramento regional program that uses better data modeling of natural assets which can promote both economic growth and conservation. Read More »

Adam Livingston: Greenprinting as a tool for integrating land use policy
March 27, 2015 by Adam Livingston

Adam Livingston: Greenprinting as a tool for integrating land use policy

Regional conservation planning tool brings more people to the table and connects disparate policy frameworks Read More »

Summit unveils five-year roadmap to shared prosperity for California
January 11, 2015 by By Paul Granillo and Eloy Oakley

Summit unveils five-year roadmap to shared prosperity for California

Plan proposes right next steps toward sustainable growth Read More »

Crossing digital divide helps Central Valley farming thrive
November 13, 2014 by Nadine Ono

Crossing digital divide helps Central Valley farming thrive

Wired and wireless broadband key to rural economic development Read More »

Recognizing role of California farmland in economic and environmental goals
November 12, 2014 by Nadine Ono

Recognizing role of California farmland in economic and environmental goals

Summit members weigh in on state emissions program Read More »

California farmers unite to adapt to climate change
October 16, 2014 by Michelle Bergmann

California farmers unite to adapt to climate change

Group looks to mitigate potential climate problems for agriculture Read More »

Open land pours billions into the California economy
August 28, 2014 by Michelle Bergmann

Open land pours billions into the California economy

Groups documenting value of open space and working landscapes Read More »

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