The Valley Women’s Club of San Lorenzo Valley
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What's Happening in the San Lorenzo Valley

Rosehip cluster of Wild-Roses

VOLUNTEER! San Lorenzo River Estuary Project • Nov. 16, 2019

With YOUR help the San Lorenzo River Estuary Project will improve the wildlife habitat. We welcome you to join us to increase the growth margins around established native plants, prune back bushes, liberate overgrown natives & mingle with other wonderful volunteers.
Mark Stone at the 2018 Environmental Town Hall

You’re invited to the 20th Annual Environmental Town Hall

Saturday, November 23 • 1:00–3:00 Felton Community Hall The Valley Women’s Club’s Environmental Committee invites the community to the 20th Annual
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River & Road Cleanup 2019

105 Volunteers Show Up for 33rd Annual SLV River & Road Clean Up

The 33rd Annual SLV River & Road Clean Up volunteers enjoyed a sunny morning and hot afternoon for their daunting
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Redwood Mountain Faire 2019

RMF Director, Hallie Greene presents checks totaling over $50K to local groups

Leaders of twenty non-profit, school and community groups gathered excitedly at Boulder Creek Recreation District’s Bear Creek Pool to receive
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Peter Wohlleben

Video: Hidden Life of Trees Author Appeals to PG&E’s Approach to Wildfire Management

We are pleased to share with you Peter Wohlleben video. He is the German author of the bestseller “Hidden Life
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Large redwood stumps on Pilger Road. Nov. 15, 2018

Nancy Macy, VWC Enviro Committee Chair to be interviewed regarding PG&E Wildfire Safety Plan

Please join long-time journalist and commentator Bruce Bratton on KZSC Radio, tomorrow night (Tuesday, September 24) at 7:30 pm as Read the rest

Peter Wohlleben

Video: Hidden Life of Trees Author Appeals to PG&E’s Approach to Wildfire Management

We are pleased to share with you Peter Wohlleben video. He is the German author of the bestseller “Hidden Life Read the rest

PG&E equipment on Pilger Road. Nov. 9, 2018

Update on PG&E Wildfire Management Plan: Enhanced Vegetation Management Fails to Provide Safety from Wildfire

UPDATE – MAY 2019

The tragic wildfires of the past two years have highlighted decades of infrastructure neglect by PG&ERead the rest

What has PG&E Failed to do to Prevent Wildfire?

  • FAILED for decades to protect rural high-fire areas with the most basic safety upgrades, especially insulated wire (AKA Tree Wire
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Logs stockpile behind Kmart.

Sign the Petition! PG&E: Insulate Your Power Lines to Improve Fire Safety!

Petition to Geisha Williams, PG&E CEO and President, Gregg Lemier, Vice President, Electric Transmission Operations, PG&E, and Michael Picker, President, … Read the rest

Stop the madness!

A Formal Complaint Filed With California Public Utilities Commission

PG&E’s Wildfire Safety Program Fails to Address Wildfire Ignition From Its Own Equipment.

From Bruce McPherson: PG&E Wildfire Safety Program Underway in San Lorenzo Valley

As many of you know, PG&E has begun to implement aspects of its Community Wildfire Safety Program to reduce the risk of fire in high-danger areas such as the San Lorenzo Valley. Our office has received dozens upon dozens of calls and emails from constituents confused about the scope of the program and the rights and responsibilities they have as property owners in responding to PG&E's requests to conduct enhanced vegetation removal as authorized by the California Public Utilities Commission.

Protect Your Trees – Flyer

Please share or print and distribute this flyer to your friends and neighbors.

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Know More About PG&E’s Wildfire Safety Program

Many are confused by changing information from PG&E, and PG&E’s implementing the wildfire safety program in our county, without an opportunity, in advance, for residents to ask questions and get more specific information.