Sonoma Valley Water Board
LA LUZ CENTER
Immigration Preparedness Kit
- North Bay Rapid Response Information in Spanish
- North Bay Rapid Response Information in English
- Rapid Response Network Hotlines across the US
- If Immigration Comes to your Workplace – Rights in Spanish
- If Immigration Comes to your Workplace – Rights in English
We are extremely grateful to all of the first responders who worked tirelessly to save our valley, and proud of our #SonomaStrong community for banding together in this time of crisis.
At final containment, the Nuns Fire had comprised more than 56,000 acres and destroyed more than 400 Sonoma Valley homes. Although we are pleased to report that no wineries have reported significant damage or total loss from the wildfires, we are deeply saddened by the devastation of homes and businesses throughout our valley. Sonoma Valley Vintners & Growers Alliance is committed to supporting recovery and rebuilding efforts of our community and our neighbors.
We know that the road to recovery is a long one, and with that we will continue our efforts to support and provide up-to-date recovery information.
Please visit our “Fire Recovery Resource Page” for resources and updates.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
#CAWineStrong – Together we can help!
Wine industry leaders have formed a support network to provide immediate assistance and long-term aid to victims of the wildfires. We are calling on the national wine and wine loving communities to help. Visit CA Wine Strong to learn more and make a contribution.
Sonoma County Resilience Fund
The Community Foundation Sonoma County (CFSC) has launched the Sonoma County Resilience Fund to address the mid to long-term needs of our community.
Click here to learn more about Sonoma County Resilience Fund and donate.
- Sonoma Resource Conservation District
- Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Sonoma Valley Governance
- 5 Reasons to Become Certified Sustainable
- Fish Friendly Farming Certification & Enrollment Form
- California Sustainable Winegrowing Program