PCRF Endorses Yes on Prop. 68 for Safe Parks and Clean Water

Here in the Bay Area, we’re surrounded by the bounties of nature – the mountains define our region, the beauty of our beaches is world renowned and the bay provides sweeping vistas that can make even the most seasoned travelers stop short. Yet, we understand that natural resource protection is a dynamic process and one that cannot rest in the face of the increasing threats of climate change and the uncertainty of federal government support.


We’ve felt this acutely in recent years as we’ve borne witness to record-breaking periods of drought, forceful flooding, wildfires that have destroyed entire communities and the presence of districts in our state that lack access to the most basic resources like safe, clean drinking water.

For information about the local impact of Prop68, visit  What you need to know about Prop 68

We are proud to support Yes on 68 as it takes a smart and efficient approach to protecting California’s natural resources. Proposition 68 will invest $4 billion in securing our state’s water supplies and ensuring every Californian has access to clean drinking water and safe, quality parks. Notable supporters include Governor Jerry Brown, The Nature Conservancy, The Trust for Public Land, the Association of California Water Agencies, The California Chamber of Commerce, League of California Cities, American Lung Association in California and other advocates for California’s public health.

Now, more than ever, we must protect our water and parks. If we won’t, who will?

Learn more at Yes68CA.com and follow Yes on 68 California on Facebook and Twitter.

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