Updated May 2022
The purpose of the Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) is to promote and improve access in the Sacramento region by providing safe, reliable, and fiscally responsible transit service that links people to resources and opportunities.
Bayer is a global enterprise with core competencies in the Life Science fields of health care and agriculture.
CDI, the largest dairy farmer-owned cooperative in California and the second largest in the United States
Over the last two years the Midtown Association has gone through an extensive renewal and expansion process. Property owners who were within the boundaries of the district overwhelmingly supported the district by 80%. The expanded Midtown Association District includes two zones in Midtown and two zones in the Alhambra corridor.
At Apricot Solar, we are dedicated to making solar energy affordable and accessible to everyone--with ZERO upfront costs. Your home can become its own tiny power station and generate plenty of reliable energy, all while reducing your electricity bill. Plus, it doesn't hurt that your greener lifestyle will help your state achieve its renewable energy goals.
As part of a well-known name in Canadian real estate, COGIR Senior Living draws upon 20 years of residential and senior living management, as well as hospitality expertise. It is this combination of French-inspired je ne sais quoi and West Coast spirit that make COGIR Senior Living residences so indefinably unforgettable.
California Farm Bureau Federation is a nonprofit organization of farmers and ranchers consisting of county Farm Bureaus from nearly every county in California, established in 1919 to work for the betterment of family farmers and ranchers in California.
The Steinberg Institute was created to upend the status quo and dramatically raise the profile and increase the effectiveness of mental health policy-making in California. Founded by Sacramento Mayor and former state Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, the institute is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing sound public policy and inspiring leadership on issues of brain health.
From its inception until 1968, KXTV telecast from studios on 7th Avenue in South Sacramento. The site of the former studios now lies beneath Interstate 5. KXTV moved to its present location, 400 Broadway in downtown Sacramento, when an expanding staff necessitated larger quarters. Since 1968, KXTV has continued to grow. The station recently purchased an adjacent building, which was joined to the existing structure. KXTV now occupies nearly an entire city block, and is Sacramento's largest broadcast facility.
West Coast Advisors is an independent, nonpartisan, issues focused public affairs and advocacy firm. Our strategic public affairs practice specializes in helping clients anticipate and navigate potential problems, turn challenges into opportunities, and leverage public affairs objectives.
From Day 1, Morrison’s focus has on been recognizing, respecting, and meeting the needs of our clients. Our founder brought the perspective of both industry executive experience and senior management in what is now the world’s largest accounting and consulting firm; Morrison carries on that tradition with a team that combines professional service and real-world industry backgrounds. With an understanding of both top-notch service organizations and real-world client needs (and how they can collide rather than connect), our mission is to be a trusted advisor.
Since 1954, Think has been a reliable and trusted print partner, delivering high-quality printing solutions for books, catalogs, directories, manuals, and more. We offer a variety of book printing options and can print short to long runs with capabilities of one to four-color sheet fed, web, and digital. That’s not all! We also print marketing collateral, packaging, promotional products, clothing and apparel, and tradeshow displays. We even offer book design and graphic design services. Whether your print job is big or small, we do it all – with uncompromising quality and at a price you can afford.
We are an advertising agency.
We believe status quo is a waste of money.
We believe calling people “consumers” is the first step in losing their attention.
We believe people make decisions with their heart, not their head; they’re smarter than we give them credit for, they hate being sold to and fall in love with brands that speak to them.
We work hard. We don’t hire assholes.
And if our work doesn’t make you feel something, fire us.
Surveys indicate 95 percent of individuals in the US express their strong support of organ and tissue donation. Yet only 34 percent of eligible Californians have actually registered to become donors – considerably below the national average of 54 percent. Imagine the number of lives that can be changed if we close that gap in California!
CDRF is a non-profit public research management corporation governed by a Board of Directors. The representatives of the Board of Directors are drawn from key producer and processor organizations. The Board represents multiple perspectives within the dairy industry.
Stanford Sierra Youth & Families provides a continuum of care to empower youth and families to overcome challenges together, as well as connects youth in foster care to the permanent loving families they need and deserve.
Better on Bikes program is a series of twelve online, live, and pre-recorded classes covering fitness, bicycle education, simple bike maintenance, and insider’s tips of North Natomas trails and amenities to explore. The program is designed for mature adults, 50 years or older, and has the goal of increasing bicycle ridership, confidence, and knowledge, as well as improving movement, strength, and balance. Classes are free for participants and will be taught over a six-week period, by local, skilled instructors with professional training. As a reward for participating in all sessions, participants receive a bicycle basics kit, including helmet, basic repair supplies, map, reflective vest, and other goodies.
California’s farms aren’t the only thing growing, so are our cities. As California’s population booms, the farms that feed us are being turned into strip malls, parking lots, warehouses, and other uses that can’t feed us. The trend of paving over our best farmland is unsustainable and cannot continue. If nothing is done, we will reach a tipping point, with too many people and not enough land to grow the food and fiber on which we depend.