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Sustainable Sonoma fosters a partnership that uncovers common ground among the stakeholders in our community. Anyone who shares a genuine interest in helping to achieve a just, sustainable, thriving community in Sonoma Valley needs to be at the table.  

To stimulate the conversation, below are examples of qualities that a sustainable Sonoma Valley might have, as identified by a broad set of Sonoma Valley people in 2016. * Actual outcomes will be created by our community working together. 


Economy

OUR ROBUST LOCAL ECONOMY SUPPORTS LOCAL PEOPLE AND COMMUNITY GOALS

Everyone — People and Society

ALL OUR PEOPLE THRIVE AND ACHIEVE THEIR LIFE POTENTIAL

Environment 

THE MIX OF LAND USES SUPPORTS ECOLOGICAL HEALTH AND ECONOMIC WELL-BEING


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*Ava Castro (Future Farmers of America, church, youth),  Beth Dadko (Sonoma County Department of Health Services, Health Action), Caitlin Cornwall (Sonoma Ecology Center), Juan Hernandez (La Luz), Katherine Fulton (Sonoma Valley Fund), Laurie Decker (Chamber of Commerce), Mike Benziger (Retired Farmer), Patricia Shults (Chamber of Commerce), Richard Dale (Sonoma Ecology Center)