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(3) Ag&Natural Resources on Twitter: “A free summary of the 880-page federal #coronavirus #stimulus bill is now available in the @ucanr catalog. The guide shares key elements of the CARES Act, including a section on food and ag. Find more about the crisis at” / Twitter. (n.d.). Twitter. Retrieved May 17, 2020, from

Balaraman, K. (2020, March 5). PG&E tells federal judge it can’t commit to specific increases in tree-trimming workforce. Utility Dive.

Bokat-Lindell, S. (2019, October 29). Opinion | Can California Save Itself From Burning? The New York Times

College, T. G. (2019, October 30). Where Are They Now?: Keith Taylor

Driscoll, C. (2019, February 1). Mendocino County Economic Summit speakers discuss options for area. The Ukiah Daily Journal

Gomez, M. (2019, December 17). Davis joins list California cities pushing to make PG&E a customer-owned utility. KXTV.

Gonzalez, V. (2019, October 29). Are locally owned utilities an alternative to PG&E? KCRA.

Jones, D. (2020, February 10). A Sleeping Giant in the Electrical Sector. UC Davis.

Nichols, R. (2020, August 24). Fighting for Fairness. Comstock’s Magazine.

Nikos-Rose, K. (2019, September 24). Who Owns Energy, Anyway? Science and Climate

O’Neil, R. (2020a, May 1). INVESTIGATING THE IMPACT: Truckee, Tahoe lean on small business as backbone of economy amid coronavirus crisis

O’Neil, R. (2020b, May 4). Economy impact: Truckee, North Tahoe lean on small business as backbone amid coronavirus crisis

Powers, W. (2017, June 30). Technology in Agriculture. ANR Blogs.

Raymond, R. (2019, December 12). How PG&E’s failures are spurring a cooperative movement. Shareable.

Romero, E. D. (2020, February 6). California Could Take Over PG&E Under A Proposed Bill. But Could The Plan Work? – Capradio.org

Soto, C. (2020). Governing the Wind Energy Commons: Renewable Energy and Community Development, by Keith A. Taylor, Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, 2019. 180 pp. $29.99 (paper). ISBN: 978-1-946684-85-1. Rural Sociology85(3), 847–849.

Bio fuels, food, and trade: A comparison of bio fuel development efforts in two communities in Illinois.

Summerfield, G., Taylor, K., & Taylor, K. (2011).

In Energy, Bio Fuels and Development: Comparing Brazil and the United States (p. 336). Routledge. 

Taylor, K. (2018). BRINGING COOPERATIVE BUSINESS BACK IN How Might We Overcome Political Gridlock to Meet Our Community Needs? Rural Connections12(2), 24–27.

The Stakeholder-Empowering Philanthropy of Edward Filene.

Taylor, K., & Goodman, N. (2019, December 20). 

Filene Research Institute.