Tag Archive for Petaluma Grange

Petaluma Grange to Propose One-Year Moratorium on Pesticide Use in Petaluma Parks Tonight

A message from Petaluma Grange President Tiffany Renée: We invite the public to attend in support of our public comment at the Petaluma City Council Meeting at 7pm on March 21, and stand up in favor of the Petaluma Grange’s proposed one-year moratorium on pesticide use in Petaluma’s parks, public spaces, and rights of way.…

Help Ban Glyphosate in Petaluma

From Petaluma Grange President Tiffany Renee – This Wednesday, January 20th, the Music, Parks and Recreation Commission will be reviewing their Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program and seeking feedback on the use of pesticides like glyphosate (RoundUp). Glyphosate is a probable human carcinogen according to the World Health Organization. It’s time for Sonoma County and its cities…

Home with the Grange

A Granger’s Lament from Petaluma Grange Lecturer Connie Madden Robert Digitale’s article, Sonoma County’s Granges Status in Question, left out the character and work of the California State Grange, now called CSG after a court order obtained by the National Grange, made it unable to use the common word grange. Living at Oasis Community Farm…

Petaluma Grange Plays Host to a Farmers’ Bill of Rights Meeting with California State Grange Pres. Bob McFarland, June 23 at Lydia’s

Bay Area folks are invited to join us in Petaluma on June 23 for a discussion of a Farmers’ Bill of Rights. The growing California State Granges have, since 2012, been conducting meetings at Granges across the state to determine how best to support farmers, food producers and the rest of us in creating the…