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2021 Amazon Fact Sheet - Institute for Local Self-Reliance
This article from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance details the specific ways in which Amazon abuses its market dominance to harm smaller competitiors and what Congress needs to do.
Goodwill ~ Redwood Empire Partners Up for Social Media Marketing Training
Initiative will help job seekers gain vital new skills and earn a professional certificate.
Sonoma Clean Power Debuts Advanced Energy Center
California energy commission grant producesfFirst-of-its-kind physical location showcasing the latest energy-efficient technologies for home and business.
GO LOCAL Pocket Guide - Summer/Fall 2021 Online Edition
Your Guide to All Things Local.
Testimonials for 2020 Local Business Recovery Fund
Economic Impact of Cannabis - 2021 Foldout in Bohemian
2021 GO LOCAL Community Survey
MERCHANTS: GO LOCAL and Northbay biz Magazine Co-op Advertising
Reach locals year round with our new, cost effective, DOUBLE advertising opportunity: North Bay business execs with NorthBay biz magazine, and Sonoma County local/specialty shoppers with GO LOCAL Magazines
Sonoma Clean Power Launches “Bike Electric” Program 
SCP to Provide Customers with Incentives for Electric Bikes 
MERCHANTS: Holiday Direct Mail Magazine 2021
GO LOCAL holiday magazine, delivered directly to 24,000 Santa Rosa households the week of Thanksgiving, 2021
Local Business Recovery Fund 2021
GO LOCAL and Sustaining Technologies are offering a matching funds program to help dozens of locally owned businesses strengthen their marketing to increase sales.
Helping Kids Cope: RCU Launches Video Series
In response to rising concern about student mental health, Redwood Credit Union (RCU) has produced four free videos to help children, youth, and their support networks identify and successfully manage their emotions in times of high stress. RCU partnered with social/emotional learning expert and author of Confident Parents, Confident Kids Jennifer Miller, M.Ed, and NAMI Sonoma County to produce the series. The videos are now available to the community on the credit union’s website here.