• Volunteer Opportunity: It’s time to clean up… Morrison Creek!

    We’re so excited to partner with the City of Sacramento on Saturday for an Earth Day cleanup of Morrison Creek (Franklin)! Where to meet: 7304 Franklin Blvd. When to meet: Saturday, April 24 @ 10:30 AM Duration: 2 hours Morrison Creek is an important tributary of the Sacramento River and part of the Sacramento flood […]

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  • Why donate to 350 Sacramento?

    With the Big Day of Giving coming up on Thursday, May 6, we wanted to highlight some of our accomplishments. And in highlighting our accomplishments, we’re highlighting our donors and volunteers. Because without the generous help of 350 Sacramento’s awesome donors and volunteers, we wouldn’t be the biggest climate-focused organization in Sacramento. Without you, we […]

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  • What’s your favorite book or movie relating to Earth Day? The 350 Sacramento Board answers.

    “The Board of 350 Sacramento”… it sounds so intimidating, but really our board is made of fun-loving, good-humored folks who care about the planet (I used to be one myself! Well, I mean, I think I’m still the latter, but I used to be a board member!). These are folks who have volunteered and continue […]

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  • Big Day of Giving 2021

    It’s that time of the year once again for Sacramento residents to give gifts to their favorite local non-profit organizations! This event is called the Big Day of Giving (BDOG) and the day is Thursday, May 6. Be sure to mark that one on your calendar right now. I’ll wait. … Okay, now that it’s […]

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  • Sacramento County CAP Update

    Thank you! To the fifty-three 350 Sacramento members and friends who used our comment tool to tell the County that its backward-looking draft CAP is not acceptable. The draft’s main (unsubstantiated) conclusion is that the County doesn’t have to do anything because other agency’s efforts will reduce emissions to below the legal requirement. 350 Sacramento […]

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  • Earth Champions of Hollywood Park

    I won’t be the first or last to say this, but I love living in Hollywood Park. Is it the best neighborhood in Sacramento? Just kidding – don’t answer that. I don’t want to start any fights right now (and, trust me, you don’t want to start a fight you can’t win 😉). My neighbors […]

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  • Sac County’s CAP is Unacceptable.

    The County’s plan is seriously inadequate. After 9-1/2 years of delay, the CAP presents more vague promises for future action. We will push them – with your help. We’ve prepared a comment tool with guiding questions and prompts so you can say you want a strong CAP. We hope you’ll find inspiration in this tool, […]

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  • #StopLine3 Rally Recap

    Yesterday, April 1st, was a really hot day on the sidewalk outside the US Army Corps of Engineers office on J street. But we were out there to say we need to stop all fossil fuel infrastructure such as Line 3 in Minnesota, the Dakota Access Pipeline, and gas infrastructure in new buildings in Sacramento. […]

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  • Sac County CAP Update

    On March 8, Sacramento County released a public draft of its CAP for 30-day public review.  We have completed an initial review and it ain’t pretty.  This draft has the same problems we commented on in previous versions.  In a nutshell, the draft: Does not reflect the County’s Climate Emergency Declaration Does not consider County land use policies that […]

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  • Dispatch from Boston: Food & Climate Change

    [Note from the Editor: Edward sent this to me and I was too busy basking in the warmth of that sweet California “winter” sun, so I am publishing it just a few weeks late!] Ksshhhhh! Attention, attention. Oncoming dispatch from a now-Bostonian-but-former-and-always-Sacramentan.  At the time of writing this, it’s the end of February, start of […]

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