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“We are all committed to addressing climate change through the development of more solar power, but insist the county proceed in a thoughtful, environmentally sound manner, The first location in rural Alameda County for new utility-scale solar power plants should not be the location that poses the greatest conflict with agriculture, natural habitat, open space and visual and scenic resources,”
– Chris O’Brien, Save North Livermore Valley


Members of a local 4H Club using a pasture to practice showing their lambs for the Alameda County Fair. The pasture borders one of the parcels of agricultural land in the North Livermore Valley where an energy corporation seeks to construct an industrial solar power plant.