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Assemblyman Bill Dodd is partnering to promote Cash for College Workshops being hosted by local community colleges in conjunction with the California Student Aid Commission. The workshops will help students complete the FAFSA, which will help students access federal student aid, as well as the Cal Grant and recently created Middle Class Scholarship. Comment?
Wolk is running as a Democrat for the 4th Assembly District, even as Dodd is running to replace Lois - who is being termed out of her position. Dodd joins more than 75 other state and local officials who have endorsed Wolk, including Senator Mike McGuire, 22 county officials and nine mayors. Comment?
Get 10 wine drinkers in a room, and you'll probably find 10 different opinions about what to drink with Thanksgiving dinner. When I've asked people in the wine business over the years what they'll be drinking, the answers have ranged from German riesling to Alsatian pinot gris, French Cotes du Rhone or California pinot noir. Comment?
More women than ever before are now chief executive officers at the Golden State's largest 400 public companies, and fewer of these firms have no women in their C-suites and boardrooms, but an annual UC Davis study shows women still hold just one in eight of the senior executive and director positions in corporate California. Overall, women hold 12.3 percent of the highest-paid executive positions and board seats in the state's 400 largest public companies- a scant 0.75 percentage point increase over last year, according to the Study of California Women Business Leaders. Comment?
The revegetation of streams and creeks that crisscross California rangeland can play a significant role in helping counties meet carbon emission standards. “We have long known that stream revegetation improves wildlife habitat and enhances water quality, but that fact that the vegetation and trapped sediment capture carbon underscores the importance of this conservation practice,” said David Lewis, a UC Agriculture and Natural Resources watershed management adviser for Marin, Sonoma and Napa counties. Comment?
California's wine industry will continue to split most of its sales above and below the $10-dollar-per-bottle mark, enjoying a rise in overall consumption and a growing emphasis on premium, rather than economy, wines, reported wine industry leaders surveyed by UC Davis. Challenges remain in the form of consolidation in the distribution and retail arms of the industry as well as in water and other environmental issues, the survey respondents said. Comment?
State water regulators want vineyards in Northern California's Wine Country to start reporting how much groundwater they are pumping up, saying excessive withdrawals to irrigate grapes are draining creeks that host an endangered population of coho salmon. SONOMA >> California is taking desperate steps to save the last endangered salmon in Wine Country creeks that are going dry because of over-pumping and the drought, officials said Thursday. Comment?
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