Today is World Food Day and in honor of World Food Day, the small family farmer is being honored. How, with a contribution to a sustainable family farm through Slow Money.
Make a tax deductible contribution today and help small family farmers who are working to make the food you eat healthy for you and the earth!
The Community Engagement Panel (CEP) will hold a special meeting Oct. 14 to discuss plans to store San Onofre's used nuclear fuel in dry storage casks. On-site storage of used fuel is necessary until the Department of Energy takes possession of the fuel. This meeting is from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., also at the San Juan Capistrano Community Center, and will include opportunities for public discussion. If you can't attend you can watch it live or recorded. Details for both meetings can be found at this link.
For a great overview on this matter and a poll to re-name SONGS, please go to this link.
OCICE will host the "Healthy Earth" conference on Saturday, October 11 at the Temple of Light in Irvine.
General Admission: $15 ($25 after October 9, 2014)
Exhibitors: ($30 - includes 1 - 6' table and 1 chair) Please note: Exhibitors must register in advance due to limited space.
For more details and to register on-line, visit the Event page.
UPDATE: The registration fee is now $25 for online and day of registrations.