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I’m now blogging for Vida en el Valle’s new community health blog, Harvesting Health/Cosechando Salud.

This blog is part of a new reporting project, funded by the California Endowment, that will allow Vida en el Valle to spend a year zeroing in on critical health issues that are impacting Latino communities across the San Joaquín Valley.

In stories in our paper, readers will meet the Valley residents affected by community health issues — like exposure to pesticides, access to clean drinking water and healthy air, and the need for safe communities and healthy food. Readers will also meet the community groups advocating for change at the grassroots- and policy-level.

Bookmark my new blog, and check back  often to view videos of Valley residents and community activists, and to learn about health issues as we’re investigating them!

Share your thoughts with me via e-mail (, by commenting on this blog,, or by following me on Twitter (@HarvestHealth.)

Written by Rebecca Plevin

November 24th, 2010 at 3:15 pm

5 Responses to 'Visit me on my new blog!'

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  1. Rebecca,

    I tried visiting the and it says the page does not exist. Any idea when it will be available?

    Thanks and I look forward to reading your stuff!

    Semper Fidelis,

    Manuel Perez
    Perez Studios


    Manuel Perez

    1 Dec 10 at 7:59 am

  2. Hi Manuel,

    The link is working now! Sorry about that :) Let me know what you think of my new blog!

    - RP


    Rebecca Plevin

    3 Dec 10 at 11:33 am

  3. Congratulations!

    Looking forward to your posts and insights!

    Mario E


    Mario Esparza

    30 Dec 10 at 9:31 am

  4. Good job! Keep this positive momentum..


    Alberto Velarde

    3 Jan 11 at 7:02 pm

  5. 2011 is a year of hardship but with hope and with God’s blessings and with good leadership is going to better than 2010.


    Alberto Velarde

    3 Jan 11 at 7:07 pm

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