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The United Auburn Indian Community is invested in enriching the community through economic development, education services and a commitment to aid philanthropic programs. The United Auburn Indian Community is comprised of both Miwok and Maidu Indians.

The Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District was created by the California Legislature as an independent Special District. The primary purpose of the District was to seek new water sources and manage them efficiently.

Since our inception after the Sandy Hook Elementary mass shooting, Moms Demand Action has mobilized mothers across the country to become the largest grassroots movement working to reduce gun violence.

Mission: To educate the public, especially our children, about the value of a farm to table community food system that also teaches us to value the environment.


The need for local civic engagement for a healthy democracy has never been greater. Even with 24/7 internet and phone connectivity, discu... , Ann M. Evans
CivEnergy first came to my notice in the 2018 Council Candidate Forums. I was impressed by how CivEnergy managed and ran the Forum: goo... , Georgina Valencia
I am so thankful for the efforts of CivEnergy over the past 3 election cycles. It is a critical piece of our election process. I would ... , Robb Davis
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