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​Yolo CCL members work on community outreach, tabling, presentations, and endorsements. We meet monthly in Davis or Woodland. We are a welcoming, casual group with members from across the political spectrum.

COOL Cuisine is a coalition of individuals and organizations seeking more plant-based, planet-friendly, and health conscious dining and shopping options in Davis, CA and the surrounding region through outreach, restaurant meetups, and special events. Our members vote with their wallets!

Year-round at Central Park in downtown Davis, thousands gather each week to shop for what is grown, raised, and made locally at our markets. We are dedicated to bringing farmers right to your table, so we stay open rain or shine. Walk rows of stalls lined with an array of fruits and vegetables, including certified organic produce, choice meats, chicken, seafood, wine, local eggs and honey. Choose from a variety of fresh-baked goods, plants, flowers and gifts. In the evenings, enjoy live local music, beer and wine, or a meal from one of our many food stands, made from market ingredients.

FARM Davis is an alternative form of civic action, building community through sustainable farming, assisting low-income and homeless populations, and integrating local and real food into mainstream culture and education.

The Valley Climate Action Center is an outgrowth of the successful Yolo County Energy Efficiency Project (YEEP) which operated in 2004 and 2005. Yolo County, along with its partner cities, was awarded a $3.2 million grant from the California Public Utilities Commission. Its program was a hybrid of hardware giveaways, direct installation, rebates, and public education.

The mission of Yolo Food Bank is to end hunger and malnutrition in Yolo County.

An ad hoc county-wide organization which focuses on establishing climate resiliency and address climate adaptation issues such as rising temperatures, flooding, wildfires, drought and threats to air quality.

he Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District is a special district whose mission is to protect human health and property from the harmful effects of air pollution.


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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