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CA Fwd report charts resiliency after wildfires

CA Fwd report charts resiliency after wildfires

Analysis will help build recovery model for other regions facing similar, long-term threats

Register today for the 2018 CA Economic Summit

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"You're there demonstrating every single year a capacity to deliver on the things we promote and promise up in Sacramento."

- Gavin Newsom, Lt. Governor, State of California

"I think the Summit's work is critical."

- California State Senator Toni Atkins

"The work of CA Fwd is indicative of the fact that you can do it. You can find that common ground..."

- Ben Metcalf, Director, CA Department of Housing & Community Development


"There's been no other entity that's been able or willing to take on that challenge but CA Fwd & the Economic Summit has done just that."

- Ashley Swearengin, CEO, Central Valley Community Foundation

News & Commentary

View from the Summit: Helping regions stay resilient and rise together

11/16/2018

Day Two of CA Economic Summit honored stewards of California and workforce partnerships elevating Californians Read More

View from the Summit: Resiliency in the wake of fires and more brings focus, urgency to work

11/16/2018

Day One of the 2018 CA Economic Summit introduced new economic priorities for the year and poignant reminders of dislocation  Read More

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Keeping the CA Dream alive and thriving in the Central Valley

11/14/2018 by Garth Stapley

How can the Valley lure more business and turn around some of the problems of rural California? Read More

As Fires Burn: It’s Time to Take Climate Change Seriously in Rural California

11/13/2018 by R.V. Scheide

More than half of the state’s forestland may need treatment—an opportunity to grow jobs Read More