Conversations Around the Fire

Join the Green Party of Sonoma County for
Conversations Around the Fire:
Rebuilding in a Fire Ecology

Monday, January 226 pm to 8 pm
Christ Church United Methodist, 1717 Yulupa Ave., Santa Rosa     contact - facebook - map

Join us for an evening of information sharing to address the daunting questions about rebuilding in a fire ecology and engaging support for a resilient recovery.

  • How do we plan thoughtfully and creatively to live cooperatively in a fire ecology?
  • What resources exist to help us?
  • How can we learn from our past?

Speakers include * Julie Combs, SR City Councilmember * Dan Wade, Staff Attorney for United Policyholders * Laura Neish, 350 Sonoma County * Mara Ventura, North Bay Jobs with Justice * Edward Willie, ethnobotanist * Ray Krauss, former County Planner * Teri Shore, Greenbelt Alliance

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We Welcome All!

The Green Party of Sonoma County is focused on protecting community members and advancing rights. We support the right to fair and affordable housing and rent stabilization, and we stand with all races, religions, genders, and sexual orientations regardless of a person's country of origin and immigration documentation status. We endorse the It Won't Happen Here statement of conscience and the use of santuary jurisdictions (states, counties, cities) to protect undocumented aliens.

If you feel the same way, please print and distribute our We Welcome All flyer (pdf) and contact us for more info!



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Green Party of Sonoma County response to Orlando shooting

The Green Party of Sonoma County joins with many others in mourning the violence against the LGBTQI community and the Latina/o community in the Orlando shooting.

How to get involved

There are many ways to be involved in local Green Party organizing. At the simplest level, you can register to vote with the Green Party, become informed on important issues, vote regularly, and encourage the people you know to do the same. You can make a donation to support local Green Party organizing or volunteer your time. Signing up on our email list is a good way to find out about upcoming volunteer opportunities. If you are interested in becoming involved at an organizational level, you can attend the GPSC's monthly business meetings and help coordinate an existing project or one of your own invention. For the most committed, running for a public office is another way to get involved in local Green politics. Contact us for more information on getting involved in Sonoma County.

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