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About the Sonoma County Growers Alliance

The mission of the Sonoma County Growers Alliance is to collaborate with and educate businesses, individuals, government and regulatory bodies in the cannabis industry.  We believe in developing and preserving the highest environmental, social and economic standards to ensure cannabis businesses participate within our community and thrive responsibly.

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Being a member of SCGA is more than attending meetings or receiving newsletters. It is something much bigger. You are joining a family, a support system of business professionals, visionaries and leaders whose voices rise above. We are at the table shaping today and your future. Whether new to the industry or part of our legacy, as a consumer or an operator, SCGA welcomes all to join us as we continue to develop a stable and prosperous cannabis business marketplace in Sonoma County.

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The Sonoma County Growers Alliance was founded in 2015 in response to changes sweeping our industry.

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Happy Friday! The Cannabis Advisory Committee meeting is LIVE at 9. Please join us!
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The agenda for the meeting can be found here:
bcc.ca.gov/about_us/meetings/agendas/20201030_cac.pdf
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To participate in the WebEx Events meeting, please log on here: dca-meetings.webex.com/dca-meetings/onstage/g.php?MTID=e8152c577f560f6f009e3720270e2a834
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Tomorrow, Wednesday October 28 at 9am!

Join SCGA for our monthly virtual meeting to discuss what's happening at the local and state levels, and to provide community input on goals and plans for SCGA in 2021. We have a new Zoom link to use instead of the previous Google Hangouts number.

Topics Include:

- Board of Forestry & Fire Protection **Important Upcoming Vote Next Week Regarding Sonoma County's Fire Ordinance**

-Urgency Campaign for Cannabis Ordinance Updates

*NEW LINK* Join Zoom Meeting

us02web.zoom.us/j/83679960347?pwd=a1oveDJjVkNnNVdNSGNKMW9pUVl2dz09

Meeting ID: 836 7996 0347
Passcode: 466124

Mobile
+16699006833,,83679960347#,,,,,,0#,,466124# US (San Jose)
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Stay vigilant but boy are we thankful for our amazing fire fighters and clear blue skies today 🙏🏼Residents across the Bay Area breathed a collective sigh of relief this morning as no major fires broke out overnight. This was despite wind speeds that reached between 80 and 90 miles per hour in gusts in many places across the North Bay mountains. Even in the valleys wind speeds reached 40 miles per hour in places, including gusts overnight between 50 and 60 miles per hour at the Napa and Oakland Airports.

As reported overnight on News of the North Bay, several fire starts were jumped on quickly by pre-positioned fire crews and regional agencies, which kept them from growing large.

For today a Red Flag Warning has been extended for low-lying areas through 5 p.m. today across the Bay Area. Here in the North Bay, the Red Flag Warning will continue in the mountains through 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Winds will remain breezy, and another stronger burst of offshore winds is expected in the hills tonight. However this is not expected to be as strong as last night's wind event.

PG&E will begin restoring power around midday Monday to several hundred thousand residents in the region who lost power Sunday due to the PSPS event. That restoration is expected to be completed as early as Tuesday.

Relative humidity values continue exceptionally low. The National Weather Service says single-digit relative humidity values have reached the coast in some areas, a rare event.

Due to this, the fire danger will remain critical, even with lighter winds, into midweek. In addition, the dry air will allow radiational cooling at night and places in the North Bay valleys are expected to reach the mid-to-lower thirties early Tuesday morning and possibly early Wednesday morning as well.

View shows clear skies mid-morning Monday via fire cameras across the North Bay.
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