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Check out this new website from one of our collaborators, the San Diego Deliberation Network. Several of our members are actively involved in this innovative group. Might it be something that inspires you?
Our Carlsbad Unit and LWVNCSD Board came to a consensus that it was necessary to speak at a Carlsbad City Council meeting in regard to the process of approving a development project near the Agua Hedionda Lagoon.
See the text of the statement to the City Council and the Letter to the Editor here
This article from the Union-Tribune gives the newspaper's perspective.
Martha Cox, Karen Pendergast and Jane Dunmeyer showing off our LWV branded license plate holders sold at the Convention Marketplace.
Thanks to all the volunteers who made it to the Westin in the Gaslamp Quarter to help out with all the necessary tasks for a successful convention.
Stay tuned for a more complete report on all the happenings.
Home Town Farms has greenhouses covering 165,000 sq. ft. The farm harvests 300,000 - 400,000 pounds of produce per acre whereas traditional farms harvest 20,000 - 40,000 pounds of produce per acre.
Home Town Farms is USDA certified which means no insecticides are used; they use natural methods to control pests. Plants are grown vertically; they use 80% less water than conventional farms.
Organic produce includes strawberries; hybrid and heirloom tomatoes; cucumbers; squash and zucchini.
Their mission is to provide organic produce directly to the local community at affordable prices. We were surely impressed and are eager to spread the word. Learn more Click the Flickr icon on the sidebar to see more photos of the visit.
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