SCGC Informational Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
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If you are looking for somebody to pass through funds, consider contacting your local Resource Conservation District.
Thank you, Nancy. Mendocino County RCD will be applying.
Interested Cultivators who are looking for a 501(c)3 to partner with, please email email@example.com
You can also contact CARCD (non-profit) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Can you please elaborate on the difference between the two primary objectives?
Interested cultivators in Mendocino County can contact Mendocino County RCD at email@example.com.
firstname.lastname@example.org farm looking to participate
I'm a wetland ecologist working with a cultivator. Myla Ablog on LinkedIn email@example.com
So is the second object for programs already established AND the first for program development?
The cultivator I'm working with is in Lake County.
Sun+Earth Andrew@sunandearth.org 501c3nonprofit www.sunandearth.org
MCRCD will be applying via CARCD.
Interested Cultivators who are looking for a 501(c)3 to partner with, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Ethos would be happy to talk with you.
We're still discussing internally but South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) may be interested as a 501c3 applicant, located in Nevada County, CA www.yubariver.org
Hi everyone, I am a Soil Science Society if America Certified Crop Advisor & CDFA certified Pest Control Advisor, as well as now hold a Masters of Science in Agriculture. I am currently working with one other project, though am open to assist with others. Feel free to reach out at email@example.com
can the chat be saved and posted somewhere?
when will the video recording of this be posted?
Hi Everyone, I am a cultivator in Dry Creek Valley Healdsburg, Sonoma County. We grow wine grapes, veggies and cannabis. We would love to collaborate.
That would be great. Putting together a group in Lake County firstname.lastname@example.org
For qualified cultivators and eligible organizations interested in CDFW grants (including sustainable cultivation, water conservation, and barriers to licensing), you can find more information on our website @ https://wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Watersheds/Cannabis-Restoration-Grant
This is marvelous. Good luck everyone!