Asked about the influence of Agenda 21, Martha Spencer, the county’s Interim Planning Director, said that “I’ve never read it and I can’t even begin to comment on it because I don’t know what it is.”
Humboldt County based Cypress Grove Chevre announced today that it had reached an agreement with neighbors Sean Armstrong and Shail Pec-Crouse regarding their appeal of the Arcata Planning Commission’s decision to allow Cypress Grove Chevre’s proposed expansion of its Q Street creamery in Arcata.
Regardless of any settlement, the City Council may still opt to consider the appeal.
Mendosa expects to present a range of proposals for new use of the ASC to the City Council sometime in July.
“I cut the wood, I carved it, I sanded it and did the inlay,” Gonsalves said. “It comes in my blood.”
Postal erosion I recently rented a box at the Arcata Post Office. One of the selling points was the 24/7 access. Therefore, I just about went postal when I got a notice in my new box telling me that the lobby now will be closed nights and Sundays due to ongoing vandalism. I spoke with…
During his epic walkabout, Laird discovered that acres of diked farmland are currently ill-equipped to hold back the rising sea. Our last native salt marsh ecosystems are also at risk of being drowned out by sea level rise.
What exactly is an annular eclipse? It’s similar to a total one, but because of a quirk in the moon’s orbit, it won’t blot out the entire solar disk, leaving a thin ring of light around the sun.
It’s April, and public schools across California are gearing up for the annual STAR (Standardized Testing and Reporting) exams. Cardboard boxes full of exam materials have already arrived at campuses, freshly prepared by the experts at Educational Testing Service – the non-profit corporation with a multi-million dollar contract to develop, score and report STAR tests.…
This symposium will gather social and natural scientists to discuss the environmental and human health impacts of the marijuana industry in the Emerald Triangle.