Monthly Archives: August 2005

Indian Heritage Center & Museum

There was a letter to the editor, A proper Indian museum, in the Bee on Monday August 22, 2005, accessed here,http://www.sacbee.com/content/opinion/letters/story/13458417p-14299454c.html questioning the decision of the California Indian Heritage Center Task Force to site the center in the American River … Continue reading

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Central Park Conservancy

Perhaps the most successful nonprofit conservancy managing a major park is the Central Park Conservancy, which is why we refer to it frequently. Their history, posted on their website is illustrative; “Over the past twenty years, the history of Central … Continue reading

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San Dieguito River Parkway

One of the cornerstones of our work is to see the Parkway managed by a nonprofit conservancy, able to focus exclusively on the Parkway and providing the type of oversight, activity coordination, and fund raising that is typical of nonprofit … Continue reading

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Indian Heritage Center

Several members of the board of ARPPS attended a presentation by Walter Gray, Chief of the Cultural Services Division of California State Parks about the siting of the Center in the North Sacramento Area of the Parkway. ARPPS was the … Continue reading

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Water Supply

A good column about water supply in this morning’s Bee, and though I don’t agree with his assumption that any option to increase supply can be taken off the table, it is an issue that will have great impact upon … Continue reading

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Sacramento Bee Series: River Stories

The Sacramento Bee is publishing a very nice series of river stories, and here is the most recent: River stories: Ever-changing view refreshes artist-teacherBy Gina Kim — Bee Staff Writer; Published August 19, 2005Story appeared in Scene section, Page J1The … Continue reading

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Indian Heritage Center Parkway Site Chosen

I recently attended a presentation on the Indian Heritage Center site being chosen for the Parkway, and while many issues remain to be worked out, it is a great decision for the Parkway and the Heritage Center. The Sacramento Bee … Continue reading

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