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New Natural Resources Headquarters Building Project 2021
 
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Digital fly through the proposed Natural Resources Headquarters Building Project set to be completed in 2021 by Turner + AC Martin. The same
Views: 1048 Joe Armas
California for Kids | US States Learning Video
 
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This US States learning video for kids explores California! Also known as the Golden State, California is a state with amazing places like Sacramento, San Francisco and Los Angeles. California is also home to the Redwood National and State Parks and Mount Whitney! ❤ Homeschool Pop? Join our team and get tattoos here: http://homeschoolpop.com ☃ You are SO cool! Say hello below, we would love to hear from you! Thanks for watching this Homeschool Pop US States learning video on California! Thanks again and we hope to see you on the next US States video! California for Kids | US States Learning Video
Views: 23053 Homeschool Pop
Ask a Natural Resource Manager: How is Nestlé Waters Caring for Water in California?
 
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Larry Lawrence, Natural Resource Manager for Nestlé Waters North America, answers commonly asked questions regarding our operations in California. Learn more about how our we protect Arrowhead Springs and how the spring water gets used. Learn more about our commitment to California: https://www.nestle-watersna.com/en/communities/your-community/california Connect with Nestlé Waters North America on social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/NestleWatersNA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nestlewatersna/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nestle-waters/
Workshop: Allocating Limited Resources for Management Actions
 
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Moderator and California Secretary for Natural Resources John Laird will deliver opening remarks for day two of the Nevada workshop of the Western Governors’ Biosecurity and Invasive Species Initiative. They will be followed by a discussion on strategies to efficiently allocate limited resources and prioritize management decisions. Panelists: Sheri Smith – Regional Entomologist, Pacific Southwest Region, U.S. Forest Service; Jesse Patterson – Chief Strategy Officer, League to Save Lake Tahoe; Amy Berry – Chief Executive Officer, Tahoe Fund. The central policy initiative of Hawaii Governor David Ige’s term as Western Governors’ Association Chair is focused on the impacts that nuisance species, pests and pathogens have on ecosystems, forests, rangelands, watersheds, and infrastructure in the West. The workshop was held Sept. 17-18 in Stateline, Nevada.
Jeff Bridges on California Wildfires & Climate Change
 
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Jeff talks about the devastating fires in California, his terrifying experience evacuating after a natural disaster, making a film about climate change, and he reveals what he has learned about our planet and why some people continue to destroy it. Team Trump Spreading Doctored Jim Acosta Video https://youtu.be/aPNMZLcLc2w SUBSCRIBE to get the latest #KIMMEL: http://bit.ly/JKLSubscribe Watch Mean Tweets: http://bit.ly/KimmelMT10 Connect with Jimmy Kimmel Live Online: Visit the Jimmy Kimmel Live WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/JKLWebsite Like Jimmy Kimmel on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/KimmelFB Like Jimmy Kimmel Live on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/JKLFacebook Follow @JimmyKimmel on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/KimmelTW Follow Jimmy Kimmel Live on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/JKLTwitter Follow Jimmy Kimmel Live on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/JKLInstagram About Jimmy Kimmel Live: Jimmy Kimmel serves as host and executive producer of Emmy-winning "Jimmy Kimmel Live," ABC's late-night talk show. "Jimmy Kimmel Live" is well known for its huge viral video successes with 5.6 billion views on YouTube alone. Some of Kimmel's most popular comedy bits include - Mean Tweets, Lie Witness News, Jimmy's Twerk Fail Prank, Unnecessary Censorship, YouTube Challenge, The Baby Bachelor, Movie: The Movie, Handsome Men's Club, Jimmy Kimmel Lie Detective and music videos like "I (Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum" and a Blurred Lines parody with Robin Thicke, Pharrell, Jimmy and his security guard Guillermo. Now in its sixteenth season, Kimmel's guests have included: Johnny Depp, Meryl Streep, Tom Cruise, Halle Berry, Harrison Ford, Jennifer Aniston, Will Ferrell, Katy Perry, Tom Hanks, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, George Clooney, Larry David, Charlize Theron, Mark Wahlberg, Kobe Bryant, Steve Carell, Hugh Jackman, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer Garner, Ryan Gosling, Bryan Cranston, Jamie Foxx, Amy Poehler, Ben Affleck, Robert Downey Jr., Jake Gyllenhaal, Oprah, and unfortunately Matt Damon. Jeff Bridges on California Wildfires & Climate Change https://youtu.be/pF-65fPDBu8
Views: 321385 Jimmy Kimmel Live
Who is to blame for the massive wildfires in California?
 
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As crews continue to search for victims for the devastating Camp Fire, a political firestorm is brewing over whether climate change or resource mismanagement is to blame; Bob Deans, director of strategic engagement at the Natural Resources Defense Council, and Jonathan Wood, Pacific Legal Foundation attorney, join the debate.
Views: 67426 Fox News
Protecting our natural resources
 
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More people can become involved in helping to protect our natural resources.
Views: 52 eightwestonline
Lorelei Oviatt- California Dreaming: Kern’s the Place!
 
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Lorelei Oviatt, Director, Director, Kern County Planning and Natural Resources, presented at the 12th annual Kern County Energy Summit. November 7, 2018
Views: 20 Kern EDC
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
 
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This movie is part of public domain. Info: House Natural Resources - Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill - 293756-1-DVD - House Committee on Natural Resources. Democratic California Congressman John Garamendi urged members to support his new bill H. 5213, which permanently prohibits offshore drilling off the coastline of California, Washington, and Oregon. Following his testimony, BP America President Lamar McKay and Transocean Drilling Rig President Steven Newman testified about continuing efforts to stop the flow of oil into the Gulf of Mexico and their financial commitment to the clean up. Filmed by C-SPAN. Non-commercial use only. For more information, see http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/293756-1 Downloaded from https://archive.org
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How can California’s Park & Water Bond help San Diegans access the outdoors?
 
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SB 5, known as the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access for All Act, would be the largest parks and natural resource bond passed in California’s history. This includes major funding to: improve access to parks for low-income neighborhoods; provide safe drinking water for communities with contaminated water supplies; expand local water supplies through stormwater capture and recycling; and protect coastal and other natural resources. If passed, it would yield a significant investment in underserved communities. Join us to learn more about this measure and how these funds complement local efforts to protect, connect and increase access to the outdoors in San Diego County. Co-Hosts: TYO and The San Diego Foundation Presenters: ~Mary Crewman - California Dir. of Government Affairs for The Trust for Public Land ~Ben McCue - Executive Dir. of Outdoor Outreach ~Ann Van Leer - Founder and president of Land Conservation Brokerage, Inc (LCB).
California WILDFIRE: David Wilcock Exposes the Scorching TRUTH, Exclusive Interview [Part 1/3]
 
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There has been much controversy over the #wildfire that recently struck #Paradise, #California, was it just a natural disaster or was it on purpose and if so who are the ones behind it? Today on Edge of Wonder we sit down with author and researcher David Wilcock as he gives us this world exclusive interview on what he thinks is the cause and why it happened to this particular US city. And the answers to this question may just be out of this world. So hold on tight as we present you with this part 1 of 3 series episode with David Wilcock on Edge of Wonder. --------------------- Our own version of patreon: https://edgeofwonder.nyc Help support us by donating so we can keep making great content! - Ben & Rob ---------Credits-------- Stock Images: www.Shutterstock.com Stock Video: www.Videoblocks.com Music: www.Audioblocks.com Awesome Voice provided by 'Radio Face': www.voices.com/actors/sloanzone Thumbnail: By the wonderful Luba Pishchik EOW Intro by Lucy ------------------------------- Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/edge-of-wonder ------------------------------- Subscribe for updates: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheEdgeOfWonder?sub_confirmation=1 ------------------------------- Watch more videos: Exposing the #DeepState ➜ http://bit.ly/DeepStateExposed Mysterious Uncovered ➜ http://bit.ly/PolesShift Paranormal and Supernormal ➜ http://bit.ly/Portals-to-Underworld #Aliens & UFO ➜ http://bit.ly/AlienRaces1 ------------------------------- Contact us: Instagram: www.instagram.com/onedgeofwonder Twitter: www.twitter.com/onedgeofwonder Follow Ben: http://www.facebook.com/ben.chasteen Follow Rob: http://www.instagram.com/robcounts ======================= © All Rights Reserved. california wildfire california wildfires space force california wildfires 2018 investigation paradise fire #cabal breaking news camp fire paradise
Views: 194622 Edge of Wonder
C1L2: California's Resources. (read aloud)
 
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Summarize. Explain. Connect.
Sterling Natural Resource Center Flythrough
 
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East Valley Water District's Sterling Natural Resource Center located in San Bernardino, California scheduled to open in Fall 2020.
Fueling California Families - Pedro Arredondo, CRC
 
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Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA) profiles Pedro Arredondo, Geologist at California Resources Corporation (CRC), for its "Fueling California Families" series. Pedro shares how working in the oil and natural gas industry afforded him with a good career and opportunity for a better life.
How does Nestlé Waters ensure the sustainability of its operations in California?
 
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Larry Lawrence, Natural Resource Manager for Nestlé Waters North America, discusses his role in helping to ensure the sustainability of our operations at Arrowhead Springs. Learn more about our commitment to California: https://www.nestle-watersna.com/en/communities/your-community/california Connect with Nestlé Waters North America on social: Twitter: https://twitter.com/NestleWatersNA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nestlewatersna/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nestle-waters/
Using Science + Agriculture + Food + Technology to Build Better Food Systems (from Food Tank Summit)
 
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Using Science + Agriculture + Food + Technology to Build Better Food Systems Moderator: Michelle Lerach, President, Berry Good Food Foundation Panelists: Sarah Mesnick, Ecologist, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries, and Adjunct Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego Gabe Youtsey, Chief Innovation Officer, University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources Ryland Engelhart, Co-Founder, Kiss the Ground Alina Zolotareva, Senior Marketing Manager and Product Champion, AeroFarms Josh Henretig, Senior Director, AI for Earth & Sustainability, Microsoft Food Tank hosted its inaugural summit in San Diego at the Illumina Theater titled, “Growing the Food Movement” along with the Berry Good Food Foundation, the University of California’s Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and the San Diego Bay Food and Wine Festival.
Oregon and its Natural Resources (Soundtrack Missing) 1970 US Bureau of Mines
 
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Travelogues, Travel Film playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF708C90E00C131FB more at http://quickfound.net Soundtrack missing. 'Excellent footage of different regions of Oregon, emphasizing nature and wildlife.' Produced by Audio Productions for the US Bureau of Mines & AtlanticRichfield Company (ARCO). Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oregon Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Oregon... is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It is located on the Pacific coast, with Washington to the north, California to the south, Nevada on the southeast and Idaho to the east. The Columbia and Snake rivers delineate much of Oregon's northern and eastern boundaries, respectively. The area was inhabited by many indigenous tribes before the arrival of traders, explorers, and settlers who formed an autonomous government in Oregon Country in 1843. The Oregon Territory was created in 1848, and Oregon became the 33rd state on February 14, 1859. Oregon is the 9th most expansive and the 27th most populous of the 50 United States. Salem is the state's capital and third-most-populous city; Portland is the most populous. Portland is the 28th-largest U.S. city, with a population of 603,106 (2012 estimate) and a metro population of 2,262,605 (2011 estimate), the 23rd-largest U.S. metro area. The valley of the Willamette River in western Oregon is the state's most densely populated area and is home to eight of the ten most populous cities. Oregon contains a diverse landscape including the windswept Pacific coastline, the volcanoes of the rugged and glaciated Cascade Mountain Range, many waterfalls (including Multnomah Falls), dense evergreen forests, mixed forests and deciduous forests at lower elevations, and high desert across much of the eastern portion of the state, extending into the Great Basin. The tall Douglas firs and redwoods along the rainy Western Oregon coast contrast with the lower density and fire-prone pine tree and juniper forests covering portions of the eastern half of the state. Alder trees are common in the west and fix nitrogen for the conifers; aspen groves are common in eastern Oregon. Stretching east from Central Oregon, the state also includes semi-arid shrublands, prairies, deserts, steppes, and meadows. Mount Hood is the highest point in the state at 11,249 feet (3,429 m). Crater Lake National Park is the only national park in Oregon... Tourism Tourism is also a strong industry in the state. Oregon's mountains, forests, waterfalls, lakes (including Crater Lake National Park), and beaches draw visitors year round. The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, held in Ashland, is a tourist draw for Southern Oregon. Oregon is home to many breweries and Portland has the largest number of breweries of any city in the world. Oregon occasionally hosts film shoots. Movies filmed in Oregon include: Animal House, Free Willy, The General, The Goonies, Kindergarten Cop, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and Stand By Me... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oregon_Parks_and_Recreation_Department The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD), officially known (in state law) as the State Parks and Recreation Department, is the government agency of the U.S. state of Oregon which operates its system of state parks.... The department was created in 1921 as a branch of the Oregon Highway Department (predecessor to the present-day Oregon Department of Transportation). The 1989 Oregon Legislative Assembly transferred authority to a newly created department under its current name effective January 1, 1990. Oregon parks attract more than 42 million visitors annually, ranking fifth in the U.S. in number of day-use park visitors, and eighth in number of overnight visitors. 7.5 percent of lottery revenues in Oregon are dedicated to state and local parks, leading to new park acquisitions and a reduced backlog of maintenance at existing parks. Nevertheless, Oregon ranks 30th in the nation in state park acreage per 1,000 people. At the same time it ranks second nationally for the number of park visitors per acre, indicating that the state's limited area of parks are intensively used.
Views: 1523 Jeff Quitney
Healthy Solutions Safe Disposal Resources for California’s Sharps Users
 
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Judge Agrees To Let Corporate Locusts Ravage California’s Public Lands
 
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A district judge in California has overturned a state law that protected public lands in California from being sold off the highest bidder by the Trump administration. The decision by this judge will now open up the once-protected public lands to oil drilling, mining, and even water extraction as corporate locusts move into the state to deplete California of its natural resources. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.   Link – https://thinkprogress.org/california-trump-federal-lands-public-transfers-a1da8ac89de7/ Support us by becoming a monthly patron on Patreon, and help keep progressive media alive!: https://www.patreon.com/TheRingofFire Spread the word! LIKE and SHARE this video or leave a comment to help direct attention to the stories that matter. And SUBSCRIBE to stay connected with Ring of Fire's video content! Support Ring of Fire by subscribing to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/theringoffire Be sociable! Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RingofFireRadio Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RingofFireRadio Google+: http://plus.google.com/118415831573195648557 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ringoffirenetwork/ Follow more of our stories at http://www.TROFIRE.com Subscribe to our podcast: http://www.ROFPodcast.com Last week, a US district judge decided that California just had too much public land that was protected by the state, and he struck down a law that California actually passed last year that protected their public lands from having Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke sell them off to private corporations. Here's what's happening. At the federal level, at the Interior Department, run by Ryan Zinke, who is likely under criminal investigation at this point, they put this new rule in place that would allow this administration to sell off public lands, national monuments, state parks, thing like that, lease out, rent out part of them, or even outright sell them to oil drillers, to water extractors, companies like Nestlé, to coal companies, so that they could come into this pristine and protected natural land, public lands, and take all the resources, like some kind of corporate locusts. California saw this, knew this was coming, so last year they passed a law preventing the federal government from being able to come into California and scoop up their public lands and hand them over to Exxons, and coal companies, and Nestlés, and a US district judge said, "You know what? That's unconstitutional. If the federal government wants to come in here and take your resources, wants to swoop in, send in all these workers from the coal companies, from the oil companies, from the water companies, they can do it." You're going to have to let them come in and sell off, what is I believe 43 million acres of protected lands right now in California. That could all be up for grabs for these corporate locusts because of this single ruling by this district judge. You know, here's the question. Whatever happened to state's rights? I thought Republicans were the ones who thought that states should be able to decide what happens within their borders, not the federal government coming in and taking everything, and telling them what they can and cannot do. Oh, but if it's a state like California, you know those liberal Hollywood coastal elites, then yeah, to hell with them. We're going to overturn this. We're going to let the corporations come in and take whatever the hell they want to do, even though large portions of California's economy is dependent upon the tourism that those national parks bring in. It's not just California. National parks, national monuments, bring in millions upon millions of dollars in tourisms to local economies and to the federal government every year, but that's not good enough for this administration. What they want to do is let the oil companies, the coal companies, water companies, whoever it is, the loggers coming in, take what you can. Give nothing back. They are corporate locusts, and thanks to this judge's ruling last week, he just opened up California like an all-you-can-eat buffet for these greedy, disgusting, corporate insects.
Views: 7935 The Ring of Fire
Independence Valley Farm & Ranch | Nevada
 
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Link to Listing Page: https://www.outdoorpropertiesofnevada.com/property/independence-valley-farm-ranch Located in Northeast Nevada, the Independence Valley Farm & Ranch (IVF&R) is a spectacular property with endless natural resources. Currently operating as a farm and cattle ranch, it includes over 47,700 deeded acres with an adjacent BLM grazing allotment of more than 100,000 acres. This property has incredible potential for development of oil, gold, and geothermal opportunities, in addition to it’s farming and ranching operations. The expansive vistas of high mountain basins, covered in an abundance of wheat grass, and seemingly endless landscape best describe this property as immense. Film Production By: Drone Cowboys
Views: 1520 CAOutdoorProperties
1950s IDAHO NATURAL RESOURCES, MINING & POTATOES DOCUMENTARY FILM  BOISE   62564
 
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The color film, Idaho Wild Natural Resources, is from the film library of the Bureau of Mines, of the United States Dept. of the Interior. The bureau was established in 1910 and continued until 1996. It became part of the Dept. of Interior in 1934. This documentary was made in cooperation with Richfield Oil Corporation of California, which was in business from 1905 to 1966. The film shows the Reactor Testing Station which operated from 1949-1975. It also shows fire trucks from the early 1950’s; therefore, this movie was probably made between 1955 and 1966. A Focus leader for the film operator (0:07-0:16). Introduction (0:17-0:48). The sun rises over the mountains (0:49-1:09). An introduction of Idaho (1:10-1:45). Map of the Louisiana Purchase (1:45-1:54). Lewis and Clark commissioned to explore the land guided by the Bird Woman (1:55-2:25). Fur trappers came (2:27-2:48). Beaver hat (2:49-2:52). Mink coat (2:49-3:00). Mountain men explored its depth (3:01-3:18). Pioneers went through it to California (3:19-3:43). Gold was discovered (3:45-4:11). New businesses: lumber yards, cattle drives, and fresh vegetables (4:12-4:33). Farmer plowing (4:41-4:46). Sheep grazing (4:47-4:50). Moving logs with horses (4:51-4:57). In 1885, Noah Kellogg, a gold prospector, discovered galena, lead ore (4:58-5:35). Mine railway or pit railway (5:53-6:04). Flotation process (6:05-6:13). Filling station attendant, gas station attendant, or gas jockey, working a full-service filling station (6:25-6:43). Liquid Zinc (6:44-6:53). Liquid silver made into coins (6:54-7:09). Tungsten (7:10-7:17). Monazite, a phosphate mineral (7:59-8:05). Reactor Testing Station sign, operative between 1949 and 1975. Surgical instruments (9:06-9:08). Six sided Beryllium rock (9:09-9:13). Phosphate mining (9:20-9:38). Phosphate uses: smoke screens, bombs, carbonation, detergent additive, fertilizers. A farmer spreading fertilizer (9:39-10:09). Wheat field (10:10-10:26). Apple orchard (10:27-10:30). Peach orchard (10:31-10:33). Cattle grazing (10:34-10:40). Snake River valley (10:41-11:03). Wheat being harvested (11:04-11:22). Hybrid seed corn (11:23-11:30). Sugar beet pile (11:31-11:36). Onions (11:37-11:43). Idaho Potatoes (11:44-12:12). Plums, cherries, and peaches (12:13-12:20). Apple orchards (12:21-12:29). Grain elevator (12:50-12:58). Turkey farm (13:08-13:16). Dairy farm (13:17-13:37). Beef cattle farm (13:38-14:13). Square Dancers (13:38-14:36). Sheep farms (14:37-15:10). White pine timber (15:11-15:43). Log drive down river (15:44-16:48). Saw mill (16:49-17:12). Tree Farms, and tree nurseries (17:15-17:50). Fire tower (17:51-18:06). 1952 Ford Fire truck and a 1946 Fire E truck (18:07-18:17). Forest fire (18:23-18:50). Scenery (19:05-19:23). Union Pacific streamline train and an airplane bring tourist (19:24-19:41). Downhill skiing on Idaho’s mountains (20:31-21:27). Mountain top snow (21:28-21:46): waterfalls, and canyons where the Colorado river flows (21:47-21:57). The Salmon River, or River of No Return (21:58-22:04). The Saint Joe River (22:05-22:14). Beautiful lake views like Lake Pend Oreille (22:15-22:34). Fishermen fishing (22:35-23:07), Kamloops trout (23:08-23:12), or Sturgeon (23:13-23:21). Moose in a pond, a White tail deer in the meadow (23:22-23:33). Elk in the woods (23:34-23:39). Antelope running across the plains (23:40-23:45) Black bear and cub (23:46-23:52). Shooting game birds and ducks with dogs (23:53-24:31). Electric plant and transmission lines (24:32-25:03). University of Idaho and Idaho State College (25:21-25:58). Boise the state capital (26:50-26:58), Twin Falls (26:59-27:01). Many views of Idaho (27:02-29:04). We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 962 PeriscopeFilm
Woman Sues California for Not Recognizing Bigfoot as Species
 
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A San Bernadino woman filed a lawsuit against the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the state Natural Resources Agency Jan. 18 for allegedly refusing to acknowledge Bigfoot as a unique and scientifically-proven species.
1940s CALIFORNIA EDUCATIONAL FILM    THIS LAND OF OURS CALIFORNIA  60874
 
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“California” is the second episode in the 1940s motion picture series This Land Of Ours, from Carl Dudley Productions. The episode gives viewers an overview of the “Golden State.” California is a diverse state, boasting the nation’s tallest point—Mt. Whitney (01:11)—and the nation’s lowest point—Death Valley (01:23). El Camino Real (01:33) is an old pathway of Hispanic missions that connects San Diego in the south to Sonoma in north. The state’s wild gold rush days are commemorated with a statue of the man who ignited the rush, James W. Marshall (02:02), and placer mining machines continue to mine for gold today. The state’s capital building in Sacramento (02:30) is one of the oldest in the country. The state’s oldest city, however, is San Diego (03:05). North of San Diego is San Francisco, a bustling metropolis with a busy port, cable cars, and the famous Golden Gate Bridge (03:16). Los Angeles (03:54) is one of the most populated cities in the U.S. It is home to world-class institutions of higher education, including UCLA (04:14) and USC (04:21). USC and its LA Memorial Coliseum draw huge crowds each year (04:41) for the annual “Tournament of Roses.” With its diverse climate and geography, California has the natural resources to be self-sustaining if need be. The great Central Valley and its two major rivers, the San Joaquin and Sacramento rivers (05:09), provide incredible irrigation and soil conditions to produce all kinds of fruits. Citrus fruits are grown throughout the southern part of state, while Imperial Valley (05:39) has been transformed into rich agriculture environment. Livestock (06:00) is another major industry in the state and source of food. Mining is still common and lucrative, but oil is now the most profitable (06:14). (06:33) The state’s vast water sources provide hydro power, which powers a number of other industries. Industries of all kinds span the state, including shipbuilding (06:53), steel production, synthetic chemicals and plastics production, and building aircraft (07:19). No industry is as well known as entertainment (07:40) and its “Mecca,” Hollywood. To top it all off, much of the state is covered in national parks and forests, with the main highlights including the giant Redwood Forests (08:18), Yosemite National Park (08:28), and Palm Springs. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 427 PeriscopeFilm
California Spiny Lobster Season Opener 2018
 
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Regulations and more information can be found at: wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Marine/Invertebrates/Lobster CDFW Warden Michael Dilts provides a brief overview of spiny lobster fishing regulations and explains the importance of protecting this important natural resource during the 2018 lobster opener near Catalina Island on Sept. 29, 2018.
Views: 776 CDFW
Yes on 68
 
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Sonoma Land Trust is in strong support of Prop. 68, a $4 billion investment to protect California’s own unique natural resources. To learn more about the measure, visit www.yes68ca.com.
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California: Vote Yes on 68
 
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On June 5th or by mail, help ensure clean, safe drinking water and protect natural resources by voting Yes on 68! Find out more: https://yes68ca.com/learn-more/ Gaviota Coast Conservancy Endorses Yes on 68 for Clean Water and Safe Parks California must lead the way. Our state is feeling the effects of climate change—from severe droughts to devastating wildfires — yet our federal government is refusing to act. We are proud to support Yes on 68 as it takes a smart and efficient approach to protecting California’s natural resources. Proposition 68 will invest $4 billion in securing our state’s water supplies and ensuring every Californian has access to clean drinking water and safe, quality parks. Notable supporters include Governor Jerry Brown, The Nature Conservancy, The Trust for Public Land, the Association of California Water Agencies, The California Chamber of Commerce, League of California Cities, American Lung Association in California and other advocates for California’s public health. Now, more than ever, we must protect our water and parks. If we won’t, who will? Learn more at Yes68CA.com and follow Yes on 68 California on Facebook and Twitter.
Land Use & Natural Resources Instructor Spotlight: Terry Rivasplata
 
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Meet Terry Rivasplata, Land Use & Natural Resources instructor at the UC Davis Division of Continuing and Professional Education. Terry has been teaching California Environmental Quality Act courses for UC Davis for over 20 years, sharing his experience and knowledge gained from a 40-year career in the environmental planning industry. Want to check out Terry's courses or any of our other class offerings in the Land Use & Natural Resource's subject area? Visit us at extension.ucdavis.edu/planning.
What Do Planes Drop On Wildfires?
 
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Heather Brown talks to Casey McCoy from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources about the agent used to put out wildfires (2:14). WCCO 4 News At 10 -- August 9, 2018
California Oil: Cleaner and Safer
 
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California has vast oil and natural gas resources that can make us more self-sufficient and energy secure. Our use of local energy reduces the added environmental footprint of importing oil by supertanker, barge or railcar.
10 Countries With Most Natural Resources in the World 2018
 
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California Fire Paradox 2018
 
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we can actually make an ember storm so we can study what ember storms do. but we cant understand this conversion to pure fuel instant ignition in the natural environment and the abnormal material effects. it can be observed but not reproduced for study. and its terrifying. I guess only option is more fake news to keep the real estate market from imploding Link for more of the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZso1OOQov0&t=1132s
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Felicia Marcus, Chair, California Water Resources Control Board
 
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Felicia Marcus sits at the helm of the agency that controls California’s most contested resource—water. In her role as Chair of the State Water Resources Control Board, Marcus oversees statewide policy, settles water rights disagreements, and hears appeals of local regional water quality decisions, and is responsible for both water quality and water rights across the state. Her career has spanned top-ranking positions at the City of Los Angeles and the Natural Resources Defense Council, as well as serving as administrator for Region 9 of the US EPA. In this episode, Felicia tells us about her life and career, offers advice for those interested in working on environment and water, and shares her perspectives on this critically important issue.
Views: 2 David Rosenheim
California Ranch | Deer Flat Ranch
 
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Link to Property Page: https://www.californiaoutdoorproperties.com/listing/deer-flat-ranch It has been said, that some opportunities come up once in a lifetime, this may be true of most but there are a few others that may not come up for generations. Such may be the case for Deer Flat Ranch, 1,120 acres of unbelievably beautiful land tucked away in the Sierra Foothills, hidden from the masses for over a century, when the indigenous population and gold seekers roamed this land. The Old Stage Coach route is faintly discernible along the glen and brings back a time, not so long ago, when Three Finger Jack, Joaquin Murrieta and the Gold Cannon of General Fremont were part of the local news. Deer Flat Ranch is minutes from Lake Don Pedro and about an hours drive from Yosemite National Park, just west off of Highway 49 and adjacent to 3,000 acres of Bureau of Land Management Property. The sweeping beauty and plentiful wildlife tout of its natural resources. Soft flowing meadows, century old oaks, gentle hillsides, and abundant water. Though you may not see them..Quail, deer, red tail hawks, golden and bald eagles are a few of the resi- dents here. A game reserve just waiting for The Lodge. Meandering throughout the road systems you will encounter Vistas of Yosemite’s snow capped mountains, the Central Valley and nearby Lake Don Pedro peer from every promontory. This is a property whose value will always be recognizable. A property meant to be shared with friends and family, by one generation to the next. One thing is for certain, the Williamson Act is still benefitting this land and the roaming cattle are the primary and only human influence noticed among the ancient oaks and rocky crags. The county records tell the history of the land, 6 unequal land contracts granted to the original settlers remain. Deer Flat Ranch is available and awaiting that special individual with the foresight, imagination and passion to grasp the opportunity of a lifetime.
Views: 3852 CAOutdoorProperties
Audubon California's Sarah Rose speaks in favor of natural lands funding
 
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Audubon California Executive Director Sarah Rose spoke at today's press conference in support of Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia's proposal that critical natural resources programs receive funding in year’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund (GGRF) budget allocations
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Mary Nichols, "Advancing California's Climate & Energy Leadership"
 
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Mary Nichols (Chairman, California Air Resources Board) speaks on "Advancing California's Climate & Energy Leadership," the first panel discussion at the Bryson Symposium on Climate and Energy Policy. The Bryson Symposium on Climate and Energy Policy drew on the diverse experiences of several California leaders to explore how new research and innovations in both public policy and scientific research are contributing to the mitigation of climate change. The Symposium was held on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at the California Institute of Technology. Speakers included Dallas Burtraw, Ralph Cavanagh, Nathan S. Lewis, Mary Nichols, Ronald O. Nichols, Thomas F. Rosenbaum, Maxine L. Savitz, and Robert B. Weisenmiller. Mary D. Nichols is Chairman of the California Air Resources Board (ARB), reappointed by Governor Jerry Brown in January 2011. She previously held this position under Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger from 2007 to 2010 and under Governor Brown (during his first tenure) from 1979 to 1983. At ARB she is responsible for implementing California’s landmark greenhouse gas emissions legislation as well as setting air pollution standards for motor vehicles, fuels, and consumer products. After graduating from Cornell University and Yale Law School, Nichols practiced environmental law in Los Angeles, bringing cases on behalf of environmental and public health organizations to enforce state and federal clean air legislation. President Clinton appointed her to head the Office of Air and Radiation at the United States Environmental Protection Agency, where she was responsible for the acid rain trading program and setting the first air quality standard for fine particles. She also served as California’s Secretary for Natural Resources from 1999 to 2003 and was Professor of Law and Director of the Institute of the Environment at the University of California, Los Angeles.
NACW 2018 - California Policy Roadmap: Updated Scoping Plan and Direction of State Agencies
 
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California Policy Roadmap: the Updated Scoping Plan and Direction of State Agencies (Path 2: Subnational Leadership) In December 2017, the California Air Resources Board approved an updated Scoping Plan, which provides a roadmap for how the state will reach its economywide emissions reduction goals. This session will look at that roadmap, policies under it and the roles different state departments play in achieving the emissions reduction goals. Peter Miller (moderator) Senior Scientist, Natural Resources Defense Council Edie Chang Deputy Executive Officer, California Air Resources Board Jenny Lester Moffitt Undersecretary, California Department of Food and Agriculture Claire Jahns Assistant Secretary, Natural Resources Climate Issues, California Natural Resources Agency
Views: 6 climatereserve
Help for Landowners Affected By 'Mega-Fires'
 
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The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) of California can help landowners both before and after fires. The state has experienced “mega-fires”, which are fires of extreme size that are hard to control, the last few years. NRCS State Forester Chris Zimny said there are programs available that can help protect property before fires and recover from damage after a fire. Zimny urges landowners to contact their local NRCS office and work with staff to determine the best fit for each individual case.
Pathways Toward Responsible Aquaculture in CA - Workshop (Morning)
 
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Pathways Toward Responsible Aquaculture in California Integrated Aquaculture Workshop MORNING SESSION Timestamp: 00:00 Welcome - California Sea Grant and Moss Landing Marine Labs 04:13 The Role of Aquaculture in Providing Sustainable Food Security and Prosperity - Wayne Porter (Naval Post Graduate School) 14:41 Marine Aquaculture - California Style! - Mike Rust (NOAA) 31:22 California, the Land of Opportunity for Marine Aquaculture…? And Why One Person Took the Plunge - Jerry Schubel and John Molina (Aquarium of the Pacific) 49:46 California Aquaculture, Where We are and How did We Get Here? - Tony Vaught (California Aquaculture Association) 1:10:03 Aquaculture, Biomarine and the California Blue Economy - Michael Jones (The Maritime Alliance) 1:22:39 Current and Future Economic Trends of Aquaculture - Shaun Richards (The Center for the Blue Economy at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies) 1:38:28 Aquaculture in California: A Need, An Opportunity, A Leader - Mike King (Kings Seafood) 1:54:19 Economic Considerations for Offshore Mussel Aquaculture from a Port District Perspective - Doug Bush (Ventura Shellfish Enterprise) 2:10:24 Marine Finfish Farming in Southern California - From R&D to Commercial Reality? - Mark Drawbridge and Don Kent (Hubbs Seaworld Research Institute) 2:25:35 Aquaculture and Blue Economy Initiatives at the Port of San Diego - Paula Sylvia (Port of San Diego, Aquaculture and Blue Tech) 3:00:44 Perspective of the California Natural Resources Agency for the Future of Aquaculture in the State - John Laird (California Secretary of Natural Resources) 3:16:23 Good Things Grow Slowly - Terry Sawyer (Hog Island Oyster Company) 3:30:11 Aquaculture in the Northwest Atlantic - Challenges and Sustainable Solutions - Simona Augyte (University of Connecticut) 3:46:39 Mariculture Development off Baja California, Mexico - José A. Zertuche-Gonzáles (Universidad Autónoma de Baja California) 4:00:51 Aquaculture Trends in Chile and an Analysis of some Sustainability Issues - Alejandro Buschmann (Universidad de Los Lagos) Afternoon Session Link: https://youtu.be/NWRNNcb8AL8 Contact: Luke Gardner https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/profile/luke-gardner Many wild fisheries have been pushed to their limits and aquaculture is expected to meet most future global seafood demand. Aquaculture already produces more than half of the world’s seafood and is growing rapidly. California is a major consumer of seafood products, importing over 90%. Aquaculture production in California is small, at least in part, due to public concerns and government regulations. Presented by California Sea Grant, Moss Landing Marine Labs, Save our Shores, and Lift Economy, this forum seeks to bring together diverse stakeholders to find possible pathways for developing responsible aquaculture in California. The forum will provide objective information on potential benefits and concerns with aquaculture while examining possible solutions to help address concerns. Environmental stewardship is cherished in California. Come learn how low-impact/regenerative aquaculture opportunities in California could enhance natural resources, reduce pressure on wild fisheries and decrease our reliance on imported aquaculture products that may be environmentally-unsound. August 10, 2018
Vote YES on Prop 68
 
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Proposition 68 on the June 5 ballot is a smart investment in California's future. Safe parks. Clean water. Natural resources protection. Climate change preparedness. And much more. Learn more at ca.audubon.org. Let us know that you're a YES: https://act.audubon.org/onlineactions/gomeu5atBUWnLgzHTWhlqA2
Views: 472 audubonca
Assemblymember Limón Calls For Collaboration on Natural Resources Damage Assessment Plan
 
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(Sacramento) - In many ways, California is the gold standard on environmental protection. But when it comes to oil spills, there is more work to be done. Assemblymember Monique Limón’s (D-Santa Barbara) bill (Assembly Bill 2864) would require the lead Natural Resources Trustee to collaborate with either the California Coastal Commission or the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission to perform a through damage assessment should there be an accidental spill along the coastline. “We must ensure that damages caused by oil spills are evaluated, recovered and restored to their fullest potential,” Assemblymember Limón says. Watch this Assembly Access video to learn more about AB 2864. http://www.asmdc.org/limon
Views: 46 AssemblyAccess
Rice Benefits Birds and Fish
 
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California Natural Resources Agency Secretary John Laird talks about the benefits of rice fields in the Sacramento Valley for birds and potentially fish.
Views: 24 RiceNews
Global Tea Initiative @ UC Davis: 3rd Symposium || Farming Tea Panel (February 22, 2018)
 
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This video includes the first Q&A with the panel of speakers (from left to right) on February 22, 2018: - Jeff Dahlberg, Ph.D., Director, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources, Kearney Station, Parlier, California Center Director Kearney Agricultural Research & Extention (KARE) - Jacquelyn Gervay Hague, Ph.D., ACSF, AAASF, Professor of Chemistry, UC Davis, Davis, California - Mark Gaskell, Ph.D., Small Farms Advisor, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources, San Luis Obispo, California
Assateague State Park - Maryland Department of Natural Resources
 
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A Maryland Park Service produced video highlighting patron activity at Assateague State Park in 2013. Assateague is a beautiful, natural, ocean-front State Park offering visitors an alternative to the developed beachfronts so common to the east coast. For more information please visit http://dnr.state.md.us/publiclands/eastern/assateague.asp Don't forget to follow MDStateParks on Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and Flickr.
Views: 667 MarylandDNR
Oil stock picks: BP, Shell, Highland Natural Resources & Rockhopper
 
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Gaurav Sharma, independent #oil analyst and Forbes columnist, looks at what he’s buying in the oil space. He compares and contrasts Shell with BP and Highland Natural Resources with Rockhopper. #stockpicks Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/IGUnitedKingdom?sub_confirmation=1 Learn more about IG: https://www.ig.com?CHID=9&SM=YT Twitter: https://twitter.com/IGcom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IGcom LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/igcom We provide fast and flexible access to over 10,000 financial markets – including indices, shares, forex and commodities – through our award-winning range of platforms and apps. Established in 1974 as the world’s first financial spread betting firm, we’re now the world’s No.1 provider of CFDs and spread betting* and a global leader in forex. We also offer an execution-only share dealing service in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands. We have recently launched a range of affordable, fully managed investment portfolios, to provide a comprehensive offering to investors and active traders. Through our low fees and smart price-sourcing technology, we help traders keep their costs down. Spread bets and CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 79% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading spread bets and CFDs with this provider†. You should consider whether you understand how spread bets and CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Professional clients can lose more than they deposit. * Based on revenue excluding FX (published financial statements, February 2018). † For the 12 months preceding 1 July 2018.
Views: 555 IG UK
Vote Yes on Measure M  — Sonoma County Parks for All
 
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Measure M will help maintain Sonoma County's parks and their infrastructure, protect natural resources, reduce wildfire risks, provide health and recreation programs, and open new parks and trails. Sonoma Land Trust is strongly in support of this measure and your help is needed to pass it by a two thirds vote countywide. Learn more at sonomacountyparksforall.org
Views: 113 SonomaLandTrust
California Passes Landmark Solar Power Law
 
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According to state authorities Wednesday, starting in 2020, new single-family homes and low-rise apartment buildings built in California must have solar power. Currently, only 15 to 20 percent of new single-family homes built in the state come installed with solar panels. The Natural Resources Defense Council has praised the decision, saying, "Between the solar array and the efficiency measures, residents will save roughly $1,000 in annual utility bills, while only paying $40 per month for the measures on a 30-year mortgage, for a net saving of $480 annually at no extra cost upfront when fully financed." https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/california-solar-panel-requirement_us_5af3464ae4b09bb419e47ccd http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
Views: 254 Wochit News
2018 California Juntos 4-H Summer Academy
 
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This is the first year that the California 4-H Youth Development Program introduced the California Juntos 4-H Summer Academy for Latino 4-H youth in middle and high school. The Academy will be held from July 13-15, 2018 on the University of California Merced campus. 4-H is the youth program of the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Find more about 4-H at http://4h.ucanr.edu/.
Audrey Denney for Congress - TV Ad 02 – A Better Choice for California District 1
 
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Website: http://AudreyforCongress.com Donate: http://bit.ly/Audrey4CongressTV Audrey Denny is running to unseat Doug LaMalfa and become the new U.S. Representative for California’s 1st Congressional District, which includes Butte, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Tehama, Nevada, Glenn, and Placer counties. Join our movement: ⭐ Volunteer: http://AudreyforCongress.com/volunteer ⭐ Website: http://AudreyforCongress.com ⭐ Donate: http://bit.ly/2L1RGeN ⭐ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AudreyforCongress ⭐ Twitter: http://twitter.com/Audrey4Congress ⭐ Instagram: http://instagram.com/AudreyforCongress For the full Audrey Denney Conversations series, click over to: http://conversations.audreyforcongress.com ––– Audrey Denny is running to unseat Doug LaMalfa and become the new U.S. Representative for California’s 1st Congressional District, which includes Butte, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Tehama, Nevada, Glenn, and Placer counties. Biography Audrey spent her childhood on her family’s farm and ranch in Central California, growing grapes and hay while raising cattle and horses. Her father was a Vietnam veteran and her mother was a leader in their church parish. Audrey learned to work hard and efficiently before and after school to accomplish all that needed to be done to keep the family business running smoothly through both prosperous and hard times. She developed a strong respect for land and natural resources, which she has carried with her throughout her education and career endeavors. From an early age, Audrey was active in 4-H and other service learning organizations. She was particularly involved in the FFA and served as a California FFA State Officer. She also served on a team of National Beef Ambassadors representing the beef industry around the country. Audrey worked her way through college in the food and beverage industry in service, management, and consultative positions. She earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Agricultural Education from California State University, Chico. Her master’s thesis was recognized with an award as the best education thesis in the California State University system that year. After college, Audrey designed and taught agriculture courses at California State University, Chico. She became well-known for her ability to inspire and engage students through her enthusiastic and pragmatic approach to delivering curriculum. She spent a year as a volunteer working with rural youth on agriculture projects in El Salvador, and another year providing agricultural education in West Africa while living in Ghana. Today, Audrey is in her third year as a Senior Learning Designer at Vivayic, designing learning strategy and curriculum for worldwide agricultural corporations, and organizations like the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, and the World Bank. She spends her days architecting learning and development solutions that further business and organizational goals. Audrey is currently the president of the board of Cristosal, an internationally renowned human rights organization based in Central America. She also serves on the mission committee at Bidwell Presbyterian Church in Chico, and coordinated a city-wide service day called “Serve Chico.” On the first day of the Oroville Dam spillway disaster, thousands of people were pouring into Chico, and shelters were being put up around town. Audrey rushed to help the effort at her own church and assisted in implementing a system for collecting resources and getting them to the shelters that needed them. Audrey has a deeply-rooted devotion to service and is passionate about our environment and community. Her work ethic, and professional training enable her to learn quickly, communicate effectively, and to inspire others to action. Audrey’s experience working with people of all backgrounds while inspiring change through action and teaching will help her to represent the North State effectively.
Forest Management and Fire Prevention–Audrey Denney On the Issues
 
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On Thursday night, August 30th, our hardworking fire officials announced that the Carr Fire in Redding — which started on July 23rd, scorched 229,651 acres, claimed eight lives, and destroyed 1,079 homes and 525 structures — is thankfully 100% contained. There is still a long road ahead and fires continue to burn throughout our state. I’m often asked how we can prevent catastrophic fires from happening in our region. Here’s what won’t work: a one-size-fits all federal mandate on how to manage our forests. Not every piece of land is the same, and we have local experts who know our forests. What we do need is federal funding, and streamlined local control over how to make our forests healthy. This means all local stakeholders need to be at the table making integrated natural resource plans to develop healthier and safer forests, revive our rural economies, and keep our people and homes safe. As your representative in California’s 1st district, I will devote my full attention to the complexities of forestry management, drought, climate change, and water management, in order to rebuild and protect our rural communities and find lasting solutions grounded in evidence and reason. Join our movement: ⭐ Volunteer: http://AudreyforCongress.com/volunteer ⭐ Website: http://AudreyforCongress.com ⭐ Donate: http://bit.ly/2L1RGeN ⭐ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AudreyforCongress ⭐ Twitter: http://twitter.com/Audrey4Congress ⭐ Instagram: http://instagram.com/AudreyforCongress For the full Audrey Denney Conversations series, click over to: http://conversations.audreyforcongress.com ––– Audrey Denny is running to unseat Doug LaMalfa and become the new U.S. Representative for California’s 1st Congressional District, which includes Butte, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Tehama, Nevada, Glenn, and Placer counties. Biography Audrey spent her childhood on her family’s farm and ranch in Central California, growing grapes and hay while raising cattle and horses. Her father was a Vietnam veteran and her mother was a leader in their church parish. Audrey learned to work hard and efficiently before and after school to accomplish all that needed to be done to keep the family business running smoothly through both prosperous and hard times. She developed a strong respect for land and natural resources, which she has carried with her throughout her education and career endeavors. From an early age, Audrey was active in 4-H and other service learning organizations. She was particularly involved in the FFA and served as a California FFA State Officer. She also served on a team of National Beef Ambassadors representing the beef industry around the country. Audrey worked her way through college in the food and beverage industry in service, management, and consultative positions. She earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Agricultural Education from California State University, Chico. Her master’s thesis was recognized with an award as the best education thesis in the California State University system that year. After college, Audrey designed and taught agriculture courses at California State University, Chico. She became well-known for her ability to inspire and engage students through her enthusiastic and pragmatic approach to delivering curriculum. She spent a year as a volunteer working with rural youth on agriculture projects in El Salvador, and another year providing agricultural education in West Africa while living in Ghana. Today, Audrey is in her third year as a Senior Learning Designer at Vivayic, designing learning strategy and curriculum for worldwide agricultural corporations, and organizations like the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, and the World Bank. She spends her days architecting learning and development solutions that further business and organizational goals. Audrey is currently the president of the board of Cristosal, an internationally renowned human rights organization based in Central America. She also serves on the mission committee at Bidwell Presbyterian Church in Chico, and coordinated a city-wide service day called “Serve Chico.” On the first day of the Oroville Dam spillway disaster, thousands of people were pouring into Chico, and shelters were being put up around town. Audrey rushed to help the effort at her own church and assisted in implementing a system for collecting resources and getting them to the shelters that needed them. Audrey has a deeply-rooted devotion to service and is passionate about our environment and community. Her work ethic, and professional training enable her to learn quickly, communicate effectively, and to inspire others to action. Audrey’s experience working with people of all backgrounds while inspiring change through action and teaching will help her to represent the North State effectively.
Charring Experience Helps Conservation Planner Assist Others
 
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California’s Natural Resources Conservation Service named Andrew Loganbill it’s 2017 Conservation Planner of the Year for his workload and post-fire expertise that was called on well outside of his home county. Loganbill is honored by the acknowledgment but said there is some irony to his story as a fire helped put him in the position he is in. This video is a production of a partnership between USDA-NRCS California and AgNet West.
Views: 24 NRCSCalifornia

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