New Vision for Coyote Valley

The protection of the Coyote Valley region is finally on the horizon. So what does the dawning of a new day look like for this area? Engage with our panel of speakers on what might be the future of indigenous stewardship, farming, wildlife habitat, and parks in Coyote Valley.

Speakers include

  • Sam Liccardo, Mayor, City of San Jose
  • Charlene Nijmeh, Chairwoman, Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Monica Arellano, Vice Chairwoman, Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Andrea Mackenzie, General Manager, Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority 
  • Neal Sharma, Wildlife Linkages Program Manager, Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST)
  • Tyler Flippo, Owner, Coyote Canyon Ranch
  • Michelle Lieberman, Owner/Farmer, One Acre Farm 
  • Michael Meehan, Senior Planner and Agricultural Plan Program Manager, County of Santa Clara Planning Department
  • Alice Kaufman, Legislative Advocacy Director, Green Foothills
  • Brian Schmidt, Legislative Advocacy Director, Green Foothills

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About Coyote Valley
Located at the southern end of San Jose and to the north of Morgan Hill, Coyote Valley has been threatened by development for decades. What it offers is irreplaceable: wetlands that buffer against flooding and help replenish our groundwater, an essential wildlife habitat and migratory area, active farmlands, and open space for all of us to enjoy. Learn more and get involved

Date

Aug 04, 2021
Expired!

Time

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Location

Virtual Gathering

Organizer

Justyne Schnupp
Phone
650-968-7243 x340
Email
[email protected]

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