AgVenture Lite: What we know about Clear Lake
Clear Lake is thought to be over 450,000 years old making it one of America’s oldest fresh water lakes. Often called the number one bass fishing lake in the country, Clear Lake offers a bounty of water recreation. It is also a source of debate with algae blooms and other challenges.
In partnership with the Lake County Chapter of California Women for Agriculture and Lake County Winegrape Growers, Greg Giusti, Emeritus Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension, presented What We Know About Clear Lake at the Soper Reese Theatre on June 13.
The audio recording of his presentation is available on our podcast channel, The Vine Line.
LCWC Executive Committee Meeting 2:30 pm
LCWC Executive Committee Meeting @ LCWC Office and Video Conference
Feb 27 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Agenda – LCWC Executive Committee Meeting, February 27, 2024
LCWC Board Meeting 3:00 pm
- Recently appointed as District Conservationist, USDA...In his winemaking, Arpad Molnar sources grapes from two...What’s the key to taking a one-thousand-acre mountain...
- With major wildfires occurring every year in California,...More than 60 growers, vineyard consultants, and pest...