SAVE PUC HERITAGE
A Facebook page focusing on the rural important of Angwin and Pacific Union College.
ANGWIN COMMUNITY COUNCIL
This is a great site which outlines the history and unique features of Angwin. Of particular interest is a great description of living in Angwin and the need for a preservation of the rural nature of the community.
THE ANGWIN REPORTER
is published in Angwin about the events, news and stories of the Angwin community. Entirely web based.
COUNTY OF NAPA
The official Napa County website.
NAPA LOCAL FOOD
Napa County has established a Local Food Advisory Council (LFAC). The Council will shepherd sustainable food production in Napa County. PUC is represented on this Council. SRA supporters can find on-going information about upcoming meetings and events, notes and minutes from past events and discussions, and other relevant information about the LFAC.
NAPA COUNTY FARM BUREAU
Napa County Farm Bureau is a voluntary, non-profit, non-governmental organization whose basic goal is to ensure the right political, social, and economic climate for the continuation of agriculture. NCFB actively represents agriculture throughout the county and supports SRA as a partner for saving rural Angwin.
NAPA VISION 2050
Vision 2050 has been started by your neighbors who have a keen interest in protecting land-use and the watersheds in Napa County. Membership is made up of both individuals and affiliated organizations. Vision 2050's mission is to advocate for responsible planning to insure the sustainability of the finite resources of Napa County .
MT VEEDER STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL
Mt Veeder Stewardship Council is a not-for-profit organization established in 2012 in response to adverse development in the Mount Veeder watershed. Their mission statement is to encourage sustainability of our natural resources and to ensure that the rich biodiversity and rural quality of life in the private and public lands of our pristine watershed are respected, conserved and protected for future generations through education, local community involvement and outreach to government and business stakeholders.
PROTECT RURAL NAPA
Protect Rural Napa is dedicated to promoting land conservation awareness, education and outreach in Napa County for the benefit of current and future generations. It was created in an effort to reinforce the original intentions of the Ag Preserve through community support and action.
SAVE YOUNTVILLE HILL
Save Yountville Hill, a group of concerned Napa County residents opposing the proposed Yountville Hill Winery, They successfully appealed the Planning Commission's approval of the project to the Board of Supervisors in 2014, requiring that any future winery application associated with the site be brought forward accompanied by a full Environmental Impact Report (EIR).
CITIZEN'S VOICE ST. HELENA
Citizens’ Voice St. Helena is a group of concerned locals who want to do what they can to preserve, protect, and enhance St. Helena’s authenticity as a small, rural community.
SODA CANYON ROAD
This website is an outgrowth of the potential development of a new tourism venue to be located in Soda Canyon.
ST HELENA RESIDENTS FOR RESPONSIBLE GROWTH
SHuR FRoG is a group of St. Helena residents that are dedicated to protecting the unique small town character, breathtaking open spaces and rural nature of St. Helena. Members share many of the same concerns as Save Rural Angwin supporters.
LAGOON VALLEY CONSERVANCY
The Lagoon Valley Conservancy are fighting a similar battle as Save Rural Angwin.
CALIFORNIA NATURAL RESOURCES AGENCY
The state website for California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requirements, guidelines for evaluation of projects, and frequently asked questions. CEQA is a statute that requires state and local agencies to identify the significant impacts of their actions and to avoid or mitigate those impacts if feasible.
WATERSHED INFORMATION AND CONSERVATION COUNCIL FOR NAPA COUNTY
The Watershed Information Center and Conservancy (WICC) of Napa County guides and supports the community in its efforts to maintain and improve the health of Napa County's watershed lands. The WICC Board serves as an advisory committee to the Board of Supervisors. The Board assists the Supervisors in their decision making process and serve as a conduit for citizens to provide input related to the management of watershed resources county-wide. The WICC Board holds regular public meetings on the fourth Thursday of every month and all public are welcome to attend and participate.
Provides local resources and programs such as free chipping, site evaluations, community workshops and firewise funding opportunities for residents of Napa County.
READY FOR WILDFIRE
Produced by CalFire and aimed at homeowners, this website illustrates the basics of fire-safe building and landscaping practices.
NAPA VALLEY BIKING
Biking in the Napa Valley.