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Restorative Schools Vision Project

Inequitable and punitive school discipline policies are creating a “school-to-prison” pipeline, where students are being prevented from achieving their full potential. The Restorative Schools Vision Project helps schools address this …

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Keeping Our Kids in School

Restorative Schools Vision Project

Keeping Our Kids in School

Inequitable and punitive school discipline policies are creating a “school-to-prison” pipeline, where students are being prevented from achieving their full potential. The Restorative Schools Vision Project helps schools address this crisis by introducing restorative justice and social-emotional learning practices. Restorative justice favors problem solving over punishment by addressing the underlying reason why an injustice was committed and “restoring” people to their true selves and community. It emphasizes that everyone counts, not just those in power (teachers/administrators) but the students, too. It also incorporates awareness of different cultures and perspectives as reasons why someone may behave a certain way.

Published June, 2016

San Joaquin County Veterans Service Office

If you are a veteran in San Joaquin County and haven’t connected with San Joaquin County Veterans Services, you may be missing out on a valuable resource in our community. …

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We Know VA Benefits

San Joaquin County Veterans Service Office

We Know VA Benefits

If you are a veteran in San Joaquin County and haven’t connected with San Joaquin County Veterans Services, you may be missing out on a valuable resource in our community. San Joaquin County Veterans Services is able to advocate for veterans and help them navigate the Veterans Affairs system to help them get the benefits they have earned. Unfortunately, many veterans don’t connect with the department until they are in crisis. Even if they are unsure if they qualify, veterans should contact the department as soon as possible to find out what they are entitled to.

Published June, 2016

Sierra College

Sierra College is a vital part of Placer County and our region. If you don’t happen to be a student at the community college (there are currently 20,000), you probably …

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Here for Everyone

Sierra College

Here for Everyone

Sierra College is a vital part of Placer County and our region. If you don’t happen to be a student at the community college (there are currently 20,000), you probably know somebody who is or was at one time. The college is celebrating its 80th anniversary! Discover the school's history and what makes the college innovative, as well as its vision for the future. Whether it’s an adult who needs to brush up on Excel skills, a senior who wants to take a yoga class, or a returning veteran in need of career planning, Sierra College is here for us all.

Published May, 2016

Twin Rivers Unified School District

Twin Rivers Unified School District is a learning organization — an organization that uses knowledge to improve itself. This installment of Twin Rivers' “We are TR!” will focus on the …

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Graduation 2016

Twin Rivers Unified School District

Graduation 2016

Twin Rivers Unified School District is a learning organization — an organization that uses knowledge to improve itself. This installment of Twin Rivers' “We are TR!” will focus on the cover story of celebrating the successes and graduation & promotion ceremonies in 2016!

Published May, 2016

County of San Diego Office of Military & Veterans Affairs

San Diego County is a great place to be a veteran. With 15 locations, San Diego Office of Military & Veterans Affairs serves a vast community of America's service members: …

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Back at Home, We Have Your Back

County of San Diego Office of Military & Veterans Affairs

Back at Home, We Have Your Back

San Diego County is a great place to be a veteran. With 15 locations, San Diego Office of Military & Veterans Affairs serves a vast community of America's service members: 40% of the population of San Diego county (1.2 million people) are veterans or family of a vet. Many know that benefits are available, but they don’t know what they are or where to begin. Others think they don’t qualify or don’t deserve these benefits. The San Diego County Office of Military & Veterans Affairs is here to help, with knowledgeable staff that can help veterans claim all the benefits they are eligible for. This publication will educate veterans and family members on the benefits available to them and encourage them to not go it alone.

Published May, 2016

Nevada County Libraries

Celebrate the Nevada County Libraries and discover all they have to offer. So many people in the community say: “I didn't know the library does that!” Connect with your local …

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Books Are Just the Beginning

Nevada County Libraries

Books Are Just the Beginning

Celebrate the Nevada County Libraries and discover all they have to offer. So many people in the community say: “I didn't know the library does that!” Connect with your local branch and take advantage of all the available programs and services today!

Published May, 2016

Twin Rivers Unified School District

This special We Are TR! issue recognizes the excellence in each of the eight Gold Ribbon schools, as well as the district's continuation school that was recognized as a Model …

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Celebrating Excellence

Twin Rivers Unified School District

Celebrating Excellence

This special We Are TR! issue recognizes the excellence in each of the eight Gold Ribbon schools, as well as the district's continuation school that was recognized as a Model Continuation High School.

Published April, 2016

Sacramento Steps Forward

The problem of homelessness is more complex than many realize; housing those on the streets today is phenomenal progress, but newly homeless individuals emerge every day and need an ongoing, …

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A Future Without Homelessness

Sacramento Steps Forward

A Future Without Homelessness

The problem of homelessness is more complex than many realize; housing those on the streets today is phenomenal progress, but newly homeless individuals emerge every day and need an ongoing, coordinated system of support. Sacramento Steps Forward is Sacramento's unique, home-grown solution to the ongoing problem of homelessness. What we're doing here is Sacramento is different — as a distinctively collaborative effort between public and private entities, Sacramento Steps Forward works to devise comprehensive and sustainable solutions to preventing homelessness.

Published April, 2016

Center for Land-Based Learning

Caring For Our Watersheds engages students in improving the environment through a contest where students propose — and even implement — ways to improve their watersheds. A program of the …

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Caring for our Watersheds California

Center for Land-Based Learning

Caring for our Watersheds California

Caring For Our Watersheds engages students in improving the environment through a contest where students propose — and even implement — ways to improve their watersheds. A program of the Center for Land Based Learning, the contest promotes interest in environmental science and the next generation of good stewards to our rivers. By telling stories of students who have successfully proposed and implemented projects to create environmental change, this publication will educate the public on what this program is, announce the finalists, highlight implemented projects, and encourage students, teachers, professionals and sponors to get involved in the watershed program.

Published April, 2016

Turlock Mosquito Abatement District

Turlock Mosquito Abatement District personnel are keeping a close watch on mosquito breeding areas in the community. Learn about the District's approach and how you can help.

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Mosquitoes and You

Turlock Mosquito Abatement District

Mosquitoes and You

Turlock Mosquito Abatement District personnel are keeping a close watch on mosquito breeding areas in the community. Learn about the District's approach and how you can help.

Published April, 2016

Alameda County MEDS Coalition

Join members from across Alameda County who are working together to reduce demand for prescription medications and dispose of them safely.

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Alameda County Leads the Way

Alameda County MEDS Coalition

Alameda County Leads the Way

Join members from across Alameda County who are working together to reduce demand for prescription medications and dispose of them safely.

Published April, 2016

Santa Clara County Safe Drug Disposal

There is a health and safety epidemic happening in Santa Clara County, and it starts in each and every one of our homes. The improper use and disposal of prescription …

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It Could Be in Your Medicine Cabinet

Santa Clara County Safe Drug Disposal

It Could Be in Your Medicine Cabinet

There is a health and safety epidemic happening in Santa Clara County, and it starts in each and every one of our homes. The improper use and disposal of prescription drugs can lead to poisonings, crime, water quality issues and even death. Learn what Santa Clara County is doing about this issue and how you can help.

Published April, 2016

Marin/Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control District

The Marin/Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control District is dedicated to protecting public health by monitoring, treating and managing more than 20,000 sources of mosquito production in Marin and Sonoma counties. …

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Protecting You from the Bite

Marin/Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control District

Protecting You from the Bite

The Marin/Sonoma Mosquito & Vector Control District is dedicated to protecting public health by monitoring, treating and managing more than 20,000 sources of mosquito production in Marin and Sonoma counties. Learn what the District is doing to protect residents from vectors, including mosquitoes and ticks, and how you can help.

Published March, 2016

Water Forum

The American River is, literally and figuratively, the lifeblood of our community. From the first founders to today, the river has provided life-giving water to the people and animals who …

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Keep Our River Running Wild

Water Forum

Keep Our River Running Wild

The American River is, literally and figuratively, the lifeblood of our community. From the first founders to today, the river has provided life-giving water to the people and animals who call the Sacramento region home. It's also a rich ecosystem that sustains myriad species and is part of a larger system, as well as a rich environment for recreation. Generations of Sacramento-area residents have grown up on and along the banks of our rivers, staying active and healthy while connection with nature and those we care about. Managing the river is a complex task undertaken by a variety of agencies. The Sacramento Water Forum is a diverse group of business and agricultural leaders, citizen groups, environmentalists, water managers, and local governments working together to balance two goals: providing a reliable and safe water supply for our region in the long term and preserving the fishery, wildlife, recreational, and aesthetic values of the lower American River.

Published March, 2016

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Faith is about more than showing up to church. It’s more than words in a book. Faith is a hunger, a basic need. Trinity Episcopal Cathedral strives to meet that …

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Be Fed at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Be Fed at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Faith is about more than showing up to church. It’s more than words in a book. Faith is a hunger, a basic need. Trinity Episcopal Cathedral strives to meet that need. With a commitment to respecting the dignity of every human being, the church believes in living out faith in the world through service to others in need. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, whoever you are — Trinity Episcopal Cathedral invites you to feed your spiritual hunger here.

Published March, 2016

Inland Cannabis Farmers' Association

The Inland Cannabis Farmers' Association is a nonprofit group of farmers who are members of the local community: People in this industry are farmers, veterans, patients, business-people. This publication will …

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The Real Face of Cannabis Farming

Inland Cannabis Farmers' Association

The Real Face of Cannabis Farming

The Inland Cannabis Farmers' Association is a nonprofit group of farmers who are members of the local community: People in this industry are farmers, veterans, patients, business-people. This publication will introduce the reader to the work these farmers are doing to cultivate legal, medical cannabis, also known as marijuana. Readers will put a human face on the farmers, understanding these are our neighbors and contributing members of our community. The piece will also educate people who know few real facts about cannabis cultivation. Like community members, the farmers of the Association want cannabis cultivation in the area to be transparent, licensed and out-in-the-open.

Published March, 2016