Slow Food San Diego

Supports community awareness about healthy local food

BE WISE RANCH regarding the Eye Gnat issue in San Pasqual Valley.

by Bill Brammer

BeWiseRanchEvent2_2_12 to stay up to date about the threat to Be Wise Ranch from neighbors in San Pasqual Valley..

LOCAL NEWS: We rely on the organic food from Be Wise Ranch. It is important to stay up to date with issue and see how we can help. You can also keep up to date on the Facebook page for Slow Food San Diego

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At the Eye Gnat meeting last night, (I guessed 350 people) they said they were going to take comments for the next ten days that would go to the County Board of Supervisors. 1 comment per day per person in a household can be sent. Now is the time to make your voice heard in support of Be Wise Farm, they have been working with the county and coming up with solutions they just need the time to implement them and test them. Some people with the problem in their yards do not want to allow that time and I am sure they will be writing their comments each and every day. Here is the website with information and reports about the issue. – They also have 2 designs for traps that you can make yourself. People who had the problem on their property wanted to know where these could be commercially purchased or what steps (pesticides they could use themselves). If you know of some solutions let them know in your letter. Some of the neighbors appreciate Organics and some do not.

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