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Cosumnes Subbasin Project Highlight Series (July) - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephen Julian, Watershed Coordinator
25:20
Here is are the slides being presented today: https://www.cosumnesgroundwater.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Multibenefit-Land-Repurposing-Presentation.pdf
Stephen Julian, Watershed Coordinator
33:25
https://www.conservation.ca.gov/dlrp/grant-programs/Pages/Multibenefit-Land-Repurposing-Program.aspx
Stephen Julian, Watershed Coordinator
37:06
https://www.cosumnesgroundwater.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Cosumnes-Subbasin-Multi-benefit-Land-Repurposing-Factsheet.pdf
Teresa Flewellyn
42:45
Can we hear what specific projects that are under consideration?
Teresa Flewellyn
44:15
I listened to the San Joaquin presentation on land repurposing yesterday, I have a question about what is being done to account for the loss of food by repurposing, especially those options that do not produce food?
Teresa Flewellyn
48:17
Hannah, where can I find more information about this?
Teresa Flewellyn
50:27
Livestock is the majority food crop, and hay land is what feeds cattle......there will be in a change in the amount of cattle able to be raised, so that will limit the amount of food available
Clyde Steele
51:23
What is being done to include small or micro scale projects?
John Lundgren, Sacramento County
52:09
This link may be useful regarding our local food system: http://www.valleyvision.org/wp-content/uploads/2021RegionalActionPlan.pdf
Stephen Julian, Watershed Coordinator
59:05
sjulian@cosumnesgroundwater.org
Michael Passmore
59:31
When mentioning multi benefit uses such as solar on ag ground is this agency supporting the conversion of ag land to industrial uses such as these solar power plants/commercial uses?
Austin Miller (CGA)
01:06:37
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Austin Miller (CGA)
01:06:55
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Cork McIsaac
01:09:00
As a representative of the this property mike references, it will continue to be grazed. Which is it's current use. It will not be the full 700 acres. The ground is not good soil for intensive cropping although we could plant grapes but we will then need to drill additional wells which will impact the groundwater basin and our neighbors will complain about.
Teresa Flewellyn
01:12:53
yesterdays presentation in San Joaquin on this topic stated the goal for all of CA in the next decade was repurposing/fallowing of more than 500,000 acres. Michael not wrong about the extent of this program.
Michael Passmore
01:15:52
Not exactly true regard well Cork. The property would be filled with metal structures and a commercial use.
Austin Miller (CGA)
01:15:58
Hannah w/ CARCD: hannah-tikalsky@carcd.org
Austin Miller (CGA)
01:16:10
Cosumnes Groundwater Authority: info@CosumnesGroundwater.org
Michael Passmore
01:16:22
The existing well could service a vineyard fine.
Michael Passmore
01:17:14
Thanks for time and work to the staff here