Great America 2020 Announcements https://www.thesanjoseblog.com/2020/03/great-america-2020-announcements.html
Important #CoyoteValley news! To continue the momentum of protecting Coyote Valley for years to come, the Open Space Authority is now managing TWO new properties in Mid Coyote Valley in partnership with @POSTLandTrust. Read more: https://t.co/jjVOW1DQY9
To build a robust future for the #outdoorindustry, we must invest in outdoor infrastructure, businesses that support collaboration & sustainable growth, a talent pipeline to build a skilled workforce, & marketing resources that ensure equity. Learn more: https://t.co/4XXXN4x0hi
Based on the current readings and weather forecast, Alum Rock Park will be on Restricted Use Status tomorrow, June 12, 2021. During restricted use, the park is open to the public but open flames, BBQ’s, fires, and smoking are prohibited.
More information: https://t.co/ZnO5iU6Ygh
Investors should ask themselves whether supporting organic agriculture would be more impactful than betting on regenerative. @_TheresaLieb's first Food Weekly piece. https://t.co/cc2ADrPKny
Looking for a way to cool down this summer? Join our Swim San José Program! Registration for swim lessons are now open. Scholarships are available for those who qualify.
For more information about swim lessons, please visit https://t.co/utLuD2hLm0.
It's a GREAT day at BAFB, the images below capture our impact and reflect how we are helping those in need in our community.
#community #nonprofit #sustainability #dignityandrespect #reuse #recycle https://t.co/k6jKQ3eDFJ
Primarily made from reinforced fiberglass composite, blades are difficult to crush or recycle. @sbgolden https://t.co/VQMGujYNgR
Coyote Creek (Story-Phelan): Building a trail alongside a capped landfill requires careful stormwater management. Rip-rap (stone-lined channels) in place along trail and at base of graded ramp to parking lot.
We love to see so many teams planning watch parties for #Circularity21 🥳 An Unlimited Group Package unlocks unlimited passes for your company so you can have a #watchparty too — because everyone has a role in accelerating the #circulareconomy. Learn more: https://t.co/OeXggfpZXk
Let the summer fun begin!
Last week San Jose Police Department and BART Police Department held an ice cream social to highlight the new San Jose BART extension! Our CityTeam Oakland and San Jose men joined in on the fun. A great way to kick off some summer bonding!
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We are piloting a “Climate Resilience” tool to restore forests and landscapes in #Uzbekistan, #Tajikistan and #LaoPDR.
Find out how it works. https://t.co/vfjM8B8cmT
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Rent relief is available for low-income Santa Clara County residents financially impacted by COVID-19. Two programs are serving our community, depending on income level. To learn more about eligibility & to apply for either program visit: https://t.co/UGrXKwCKbP or call 2-1-1.
Is the informal economy increasing global poverty? Tune in to #DevelopmentPodcast to get expert insights & hear from a struggling worker in one of #Brazil's poorest neighborhoods.
"Bre understood her family’s fragility — how they had been teetering on the edge of crisis for years and how the loss of their home could upend them.
"She decided she needed to fix this, before it was too late."
This is exactly right.
At Disneyland, you're always within 30 feet of a trash can.
This is deliberate. You never see litter on park grounds.
In our actual cities?
Not a trash can in sight. It's a form of hostile architecture. We blame litter on the homeless instead of bad design.