Be Part of the Central Valley Solution

by Andrew Escamilla

Be Part of the Central Valley Solution

Now more than ever we need strong leadership to protect our public lands, health, and action on the climate crisis, especially for those of us who live in the Central Valley. From Federal to State to Local, we need to make the Central Valley perspective heard!

Join us for a virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, March 10th at 5:30PM PST to hear from Assemblymember Joaquin Arambula, Delano Mayor Bryan Osorio, and members of the southern Central Valley community, as we address the critical environmental policies affecting OUR community.

Be part of the solution. Don’t miss this discussion on oil & gas leasing on public lands, protecting 30% of lands & waters by 2030, increasing parks and access to green space in our communities, and how climate & health solutions intersect all these issues.

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Another important Valley update:

Tell the Kern County Board of Supervisors to Reject the Toxic Oil & Gas Ordinance!

Kern County’s proposed oil and gas ordinance, which would allow 67,000 new oil and gas wells and would be a public health disaster for Kern residents, has been approved by the Planning Commission and is coming up for a final vote by the Kern County Board of Supervisors on Monday, March 8 at 9am. We need to get loud and make our voices heard!

Register to leave a comment: Call (661) 868-3585 by 5 pm Friday, March 5 to register.

Sign the Petition

Watch Live 3/8 @ 9AM

Thank you for being a Valley voter,

Andrew Escamilla

Central Valley Regional Organizer

California League of Conservation Voters

Posted on March 4, 2021 in ECOVOTE BLOG.

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