On April 21, the Napa County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted a resolution in support of the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail and its designation as a priority conservation area. Proposed Napa River water trail sites include Trancas Park, Jim Hench Memorial Kayak Launch, Downtown Napa Dock at 4th St., Riverside Drive, Kennedy Park, Cuttings Wharf, and Green Island, This PDF shows proposed dock/launch locations: SF Bay Area Water Trail Map and additional details are here: SF Bay Area Water Trail description. For more information about the SF Bay Area Water Trail, visit http://sfbaywatertrail.org/.
Friends of the Napa River will join a panel this Wednesday to discuss the history of the Napa River and the changes we may see with the rapid changes in climate and sea level projected over the next 100 years. For more information, visit http://napa.ca.lwvnet.org/river.html
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On April 7, the Napa County Board of Supervisors appointed members to the ad hoc Agricultural Protection Advisory Committee. The group will make recommendations to the Planning Commission on proposed revisions to the Winery Definition Ordinance. The committee will meet 10 a.m., the second and fourth Mondays of every month beginning April 13.
Members of this committee include three FONR Board members (Shari Gardner for District 3, Dave Graves for District 1, Rex Stults for the Napa Valley Vintners, alternate).
See attached PDF document.
They have their work cut out for the next couple of months.
Thanks to each one for participating in this important effort to protect the Napa River watershed!
Friends of the Napa River is as committed as ever to our mission to serve as “the community’s voice for the responsible protection, restoration, development and celebration of the Napa River and its watershed,” and now we have a bright new logo:
Visit the FONR table at the Earth Day celebration: Veterans Park in downtown Napa, Saturday April 25 from 10-3. There will be live music and activities, as well as food and beverages available to purchase. From 8-10 a.m., Friends of the Napa River will host the clean up along the Napa River at Riverside Drive and Elm Street. We’d love to have your help to keep the Napa River clean! For more information, visit this article in the Napa Register or earthdaynapa.com.