Current Projects

Wildlife Corridors Ordinance and Lawsuit *Updated*

By Louise Lampara | November 22, 2022

To support our fight and donate to the LEGAL FUND:  Click HereAll donations to the VC CoLAB Legal Fund will be used for litigation and legal support for the Wildlife Corridor fight. Why it matters? Private property rights, CEQA and Wildfire risk.On March 12, 2019, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 to establish the…

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Ventura County 2040 General Plan Update

By Louise Lampara | February 6, 2022

Why it matters? County Economy Housing and cost of living CEQA A County’s General Plan is one of the most important documents that a County produces. It is the document that guides how and to what extent the County will control what you can do on your property and how they will allow you to…

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Somis Ranch Farmworker Housing Project

By Louise Lampara | March 1, 2021

Why it matters? Housing, Cost of Living, County Economy, Agricultural Industry Viability. Farmworker Housing Updates February 2, 2021 | A WIN FOR LOCAL AG! On Tuesday, February 2, in an UNANIMOUS vote, the Board of Supervisors approved the Somis Ranch Farmworker Housing project. Not only will this project add 360 much needed affordable housing units…

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Hemp Cultivation | Win

By Louise Lampara | February 17, 2021

Why it matters? Right-to-Farm Economic Issues CEQA: impacts to agricultural land from ag-urban interface. Hemp Cultivation Updates December 15, 2020 On Tuesday, December 15, during the last public hearing of 2020, the Board of Supervisors voted to adopt a permanent hemp ordinance. In a 3-1 vote, the Board rejected the Planning Commission’s recommendation to punitively…

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