Last week Governor Brown released his revised budget for the state. In response to the Governor’s proposal, the California state Assembly and Senate are in the process of preparing their counter-proposal. Now is the time to ask California’s Budget leaders to Fund Nutrition Incentives Act, AB 1321. For background on AB 1321, click here.
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[Press Release] The City of Berkeley announced yesterday that it collected $116,000 for the month of March from Measure D, the sugar-sweetened beverage tax that voters passed overwhelmingly last November. Given that the tax focused solely on a few dozen major distributors, the City estimates annualized receipts of at least $1.2 million.
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by Berkeley author Liz Carlisle is the true story of a group of Montana farmers who launch a farm-to-table movement, developing lentil farming as a strategy to restore depleted soils while creating a market for an unlikely cash crop. By collectively sharing their skills, experiences, and resources, this diverse group of farmers venture… Read more »
Get ready to show a little extra bike motivation tomorrow, it’s Bike to Work and School Day in the East Bay. The forecast is for a few showers, making it unusually exciting weather for this annual event, which last year had record-breaking participation. Members of the Berkeley Climate Action Coalition‘s Transportation Working Group will be… Read more »
Come work with us! Our Youth Development program is offering exciting new youth positions that offer first steps for the next generation of environmental leaders. We’re also looking for part time and full time staff in our Education & Engagement and Food & Farming programs. Brief details for these positions are below.
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