Greenbelt Alliance collaborated with key allies to create actions that Sonoma County can take in the report, “Living in a Fire Adapted Landscape”.
If you love the rolling hills, coastal bluffs, redwood forests and rich farm and ranch land of Sonoma County, now is your chance to share what favorite landscapes you’d like to protect forever!
As rebuilding begins, Greenbelt Alliance is engaging with Sonoma County leaders on long-term fire recovery plans and policies that are now underway.
Teri Shore’s review of “Flame and Fortune” by Gregory Simon. The book explores the complex history, crisis, and aftermath of fires. Read more here.
As the new year unfolds, the people and landscapes of the North Bay are slowly healing and moving toward recovery and rebuilding.
Greenbelt Alliance pledges not to forget the devastation of the North Bay fires and their impact on our region. We are thinking deeply about how we can guide and inform regional policy in the years to come and look forward to working with partners as recovery efforts continue.
While community separators didn’t stop the Tubb’s fire in Santa Rosa, without them, the damage could have been much worse. Read more.
This disaster may have been far worse if not for the policies and plans that have been in place to avoid sprawl in the rural areas of the North Bay. We believe we can reduce the impact that natural disasters have—avoiding even more devastating results—by fighting for smart planning moving forward.
The Town of Windsor in Sonoma County held a special election on November 7 to renew its urban growth boundary (UGB) for another 22 years through Measure H. In a resounding win with over 70% approval, the local community turned out in support of protecting open space and planning for smart growth.
Collaborating with neighbors, landowners and community leaders, Dr. Schindler is seeking to permanently protect 30 acres of natural grassland and woodland habitat in Petaluma from potential development.