San Jose Mercury (September 23th, 2021) – Opinion: Sounds of El Camino Real Bring New, Diverse Perspectives Opinion: Sounds of El Camino Real bring new, diverse perspectives El Camino Real, otherwise known as Highway 101, the Mission Road, the Silicon Valley freeway, the King’s Road, the road with the bells — yes, that road — […]
The Salinas Californian (September 13th, 2021) – Growing the Table Aims to Provide Free, Organic Produce to Salinas Farmworkers by: Jocelyn Ortega Food insecurity has only gotten worse since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for those in the fields earning low wages while feeding the rest of America. In the last year, hundreds […]
Beneficial State Bank Aims To Transform A Traditional Industry By Empowering Consumers And Communities
Forbes (September 2nd, 2021) – Banking On A Better Future: Beneficial State Bank Aims To Transform A Traditional Industry By Empowering Consumers And Communities by: Christopher Marquis In establishing Beneficial State Bank as a financial institution with social and environmental impact in mind, co-founders Kat Taylor and Tom Steyer saw an opportunity to serve as […]
New research shows fuel moisture in vegetation across the South Bay at record lows, sparking concerns 2021 could bring more large wildfires April 14, 2021 (Pescadero, CA) – About 850 goats are chomping down on combustible weeds and brush at TomKat Ranch before California’s wildfire season starts this summer as new research shows vegetation in […]
California adopts school meals for all, making it the first state in the nation to do so. Kat Taylor explains what that means for families across the state.
KLTA5 (Jul 19, 2021) – California launches largest free school lunch program in U.S., with all students having option to eat meals for free. by: Associated Press When classrooms in California reopen for the fall term, all 6.2 million public school students will have the option to eat school meals for free, regardless of their […]
The Daily Californian (June 22nd, 2021) – All Kids in CA Deserve Two School Meals a Day by: Kat Taylor and Stacia Hill Levenfeld Last month, California Gov. Gavin Newsom submitted his revised 2021-22 budget, a proposal that embraces the concept of free, nutritional meals for all students. Now, many eyes are fixed on him […]