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The California Institute of Rural Studies is pleased to announce the premiere of our newest Cal Ag Roots podcast series, We Are Not Strangers Here. This series highlights hidden histories of African Americans who have shaped California’s food and farming culture from early statehood to the present.
The Friends of the Harrison Memorial Library (FHML) are accepting donations of books, DVDs and CDs on Tuesdays between 10 a.m. and noon.
Collection of the donations will take place in the Sunset Center parking lot at San Carlos St and Tenth Ave in Carmel. Safe practice protocols will be in place for the collection, as follows:
Be part of something new! Learn how fruits and vegetables are grown so you can start your own garden. Join us for weeks of fun activities and educational sessions where you will learn everything about what to grow in a garden.
Register online at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Z8BQHWJ
Questions? Contact Ulises at (831) 536-4231 or UCisneros@catholiccharitiesdom.org.
Program hosted by Salinas Public Library.
In 2020, California had its highest voter turnout since 1952; but why? What factors into high and low voter turnout? How have watershed moments in California history affected turnout? We’ll explore what voting’s past means for California’s future.