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CNPS: Nursery work day
Mar 29 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

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ARB Research Seminar on SB 375
Mar 29 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Join ARB or tune in for an upcoming Research Seminar.

Karen Chapple, Ph.D. and
Miriam Zuk, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 at 1:30 p.m., PDT (WEBCAST)
Sierra Hearing Room, 2nd Floor, Cal/EPA Building
1001 I Street, Sacramento, California

In 2008 California passed Senate Bill 375 requiring metropolitan
planning organizations (MPO) to develop Sustainable Communities
Strategies (SCS) as part of their regional transportation
planning process. While the implementation of these strategies
has the potential for environmental and economic benefits, rising
housing costs and changing neighborhood conditions may compel
low-income residents and households to move out of
transit-oriented neighborhoods. This out-migration is called
“displacement.” The study examined the relationship between
fixed-rail transit neighborhoods and displacement in Los Angeles
and the San Francisco Bay Area. For more go to the announcement

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Please send your-e-mail for the Q&A participation
to: sierrarm [at] calepa [dot] ca [dot] gov

For more information please contact:
Maggie Witt at (916) 324-9061 or Maggie [dot] Witt [at] arb [dot] ca [dot] gov

For more information on the Seminar Series please contact:
Peter Mathews at (916) 323-8711 or Peter [dot] Mathews [at] arb [dot] ca [dot] gov

To receive notices for upcoming Seminars please go to:
and sign up for the seminars list serve.

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Sac CCL: Call for Climate Solutions @ Conference call
Mar 29 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Call for Climate Solutions
Register for the call at
Conference number: 1-866-642-1665
Passcode: 440699#

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Join Green Tech & Senator Kevin de Leon at Mayahuel
Mar 29 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Senator Kevin de Leon has shown unwavering support for legislation focused on careers that protect our environment. For his continued advocacy of SB 535, SB 350 and AB 32, he is truly deserving of public honoring and accommodation.​​​

Please join Green Tech for a great evening of fellowship and recognition while supporting Green Tech’s important work!

​Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Mayahuel, 1200 K Street Sacramento
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

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All proceeds raised benefit Green Tech!

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Stakeholder Meeting for the Downtown Specific Plan
Mar 29 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Stakeholder Meeting for the Downtown Specific Plan

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Hacker Lab, 1715 I St, Sacramento, CA 95811

In an on-going effort to encourage and facilitate urban infill housing in the Central City area, for the next ten years and beyond, the City of Sacramento is developing the Downtown Specific Plan.

The plan will focus primarily on:

* Identifying and evaluating a number of urban infill sites within the project area
* Removing barriers to housing development by streamlining the development and environmental review process
* Incentivizing Transit-Oriented Development throughout the Central City, including along the streetcar corridor
* Maintaining and improving the quality of life for Central City residents, and furthering neighborhood livability by including additional amenities and housing opportunities

As a key stakeholder representative, we are interested in partnering with you on this effort. The project team is hosting a focus group meeting to discuss community amenities,
historic preservation, arts and culture, and public health as they relate to increasing Downtown’s housing supply. Learn how mobility will play an important part in developing the plan,
and explore what you and your neighbors had to say on the community survey.

Please RSVP by March 24th by responding to Salvador Ramirez at sramirez [at] aimconsultingco [dot] com or calling 916-442-1168. If you have any questions regarding this meeting, please contact Gladys Cornell at gcornell [at] aimconsultingco [dot] com or at 916-442-1168.

For more information about the Downtown Specific Plan, please visit

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Sac Earth Day 2017 Planning Meeting
Mar 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us to help plan for Sacramento Earth Day happening Sunday April 23, 2017.
We need pre-event help with volunteer coordination, promotion, flyering, fundraising, exhibitor coordination, planning logistics, etc.

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Sac Earth Day 2017 Planning Meeting
Mar 29 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us to help plan for Sacramento Earth Day happening Sunday April 23, 2017.
We need pre-event help with volunteer coordination, promotion, flyering, fundraising, exhibitor coordination, planning logistics, etc.

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Native Plant Walk with CNPS @ see Friday Walks page on
Mar 31 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Time varies week to week. Check the Friday Walks page at

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Sacramento Community Land Trust Convention
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sat, Apr 1, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Colonial Heights Library, 4799 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento, CA

Sponsored by the Sacramento Neighborhood Coalition, a group of 26 neighborhood leaders meeting since 2013, the Community Land Trust Convention is our first outreach effort to engage Sacramentans in creation of a Community Land Trust, a way to make housing affordable on a permanent basis in any part of town. At this meeting we will vote on the Bylaws, makeup of the Board of Residents who govern the Trust, and select neighborhoods for possible trust activities. Please see the posted flyer for registration details and to receive a draft copy of the bylaws. Register at

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Help Native Wildlife and be a Citizen Scientist
Apr 2 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Help Native Wildlife and be a Citizen Scientist

Is it more of a ribbit or a croak? Learn to speak frog and find out! Sign up to be a volunteer for the local chapter of FrogWatch USA with a free training session at the Zoo on April 2nd from 1 to 4 pm. You will learn the calls of our native frogs and how to record their numbers in local areas. After the initial training, the time required is only 10-15 minutes, once per week! Go to to register for the training.

Why frogs? Frogs and other amphibians play an important role in the health of ecosystems, but more than a third of the world’s amphibian species are currently facing the largest mass extinction event since the dinosaurs. Even in the United States, previously abundant amphibian populations have experienced dramatic declines. It is essential that scientists understand the scope, geographic scale, and cause of these declines.

“The data collected by FrogWatch USA volunteers can be used to help understand how amphibian populations are changing over time and can inform conservation and management efforts,” said Shelly Grow, the Association of Zoos and Aquarium’s Director of Conservation Programs. “Furthermore, learning to recognize and identify the frogs and toads calling at night is rewarding in itself and lets you appreciate your community and local wetlands in a whole new way.”
Sacramento Valley FrogWatch is one of more than 100 chapters throughout the United States, and the information gathered by volunteers has given scientists invaluable information about frog population numbers and species location. Become a Citizen Scientist and volunteer today!

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