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Let’s talk about the birds and bees. No, not that talk. This is about pollinators; those helpful creatures that flit from flower to flower, spreading pollen. Over 80 percent of flowering plants need pollinators. Many birds and insects provide this important benefit. Hummingbirds, bees, butterflies, even bats can help support our biodiversity with their pollination. They pollinate flowering plants that produce fruits, vegetables, and nuts. Over 1200 types of crops require pollination. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) says in their Importance of Pollinators information, “One of the benefits of native pollinators is that they are adapted to local ecosystems, so making use of their pollination services may reduce the need for management and maintenance.”
CDFW also states, “Evidence points to a general reduction in pollinator diversity and abundance…In North America, some hummingbird, butterfly, and bat species are in decline. One quarter of all bumble bee species are threatened. In the west, a review found an average annual decline of 1.6% across common and rare butterfly species. Some have experienced catastrophic declines, such as the western population of monarch butterflies, which has experienced a 99% reduction since the 1980s.” Habitat loss is one of the major threats to pollinators. Pesticide use, disease, parasites, and non-native species also pose risks to pollinators. Climate change can amplify the effects of these stressors on pollinators, including potentially shifting the ranges of plant species and the timing of flowering.
As the climate changed over thousands of years, native plants adapted and so did the insects. Then people got away from using natives in favor of cultivated plants. Growing populations and expanding cities have also threatened crucial pollinators and native plants. “As we’ve changed our habitats, the destruction has been heavy on insects,” says environmental journalist and photographer George Oxford Miller, a prolific writer of native plant guidebooks and articles. “Herbicides have affected insects such as butterflies and, particularly, bees. Bees are most important because of the plants they pollinate for human consumption.” “We need to employ holistic practices to create a habitat that’s a garden oasis in our yards. To keep their population sustainable, they must have habitat to replace what was destroyed by development. They need food, water, shelter and nesting opportunities. This can be accomplished even in limited size if done according to their needs.” Miller and other experts agree that the home gardener should choose plants that are colorful all the seasons of a year.
and Swallowtail varieties. The blue hairstreak, having a one-half inch wingspan, is the smallest. In the article “Planting Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae) Natives Brings Butterflies, and other Pollinators,” Napa County Master Gardener Cindy Watter writes, “Many California native plants are irresistible to butterflies, and most natives need little water to thrive. The California wild lilac (Ceanothus) can be a shrub or ground cover, with blooms in an assortment of colors...They need almost no water in summer.” She also names butterfly bush (Buddleia), flannel bush (Fremontodendron), California marigold (Tagetes lemonii), mock orange (Philadelphus lewisii) and the Matilija poppy (Romneya coulteri) as good attractors. Another is the common buckeye, plentiful in Napa County.
to Your Backyard “I’ve done it in my small yard for 15 years with plantings and a bee hotel,” says Miller. “Understand what butterflies need to reproduce and provide it.” “The most prolific time for hummingbirds and many other species is early spring into late fall. They establish a habitat to sustain the local population. Some bees travel no farther than 30 to 40 yards; honeybees have a much larger range.” His predictions are dire. “There’s an insect apocalypse with populations diminishing at such (fast) rates. Having neighborhood backyard havens increases the ratio. People got away from using native plants but now there’s a high percentage of landscapes using natives. Nurseries can readily supply native plants for most people’s yards.” If you’re not ready for your own bee hotel, butterfly sanctuaries may be a good alternative. Did you know that Napa County alone has over 50 types of butterflies? The monarch’s wingspan can be up to 4 inches, making it one of the largest along with the Mourning Clock
You can see most of these plants in Napa at Skyline Park in the Martha Walker Native Habitat Garden, maintained by the Napa Valley Chapter of the California Native Plant Society (napavalleycnps.org). The Society usually has a twice-yearly native plant sale in the fall and spring. In the paper “Gardening for Butterflies” on the Napa County Master Gardeners website (napamg.ucanr.edu), writers Dean Donaldson, Farm Advisor; V. Fish and P. Pawl, UCCE Master Gardeners, advise the best ways to attract butterflies. “Home gardeners can encourage butterflies by providing blooming flowers, resting places and garden damp spots,” says the article. “Butterflies need water, food and shelter to survive, but each type prefers a different food source so they don’t compete with each other…While some butterfly species are attracted to specific types of plants, most are general feeders. Butterflies are attracted to flowers planted as a group; avoid planting flowers in lines or mixtures.” They point out that, because butterflies can’t drink from open water, a good option is to give them a pan of wet sand in an November 2022
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open area under a dripping faucet. They like to rest on large rocks and inside of trees, shaded and protected. The CDFW says that practicing integrated pest management can protect pollinator health through ecosystem management that does not rely solely on pesticides. Creating a pollinator backyard garden using native plants and eliminating home use of herbicides and pesticides can help repair some of the damage done to our local ecosystems and sustain the pollinators we need so much. For more information about native plants and pollinators, George Oxford Miller’s book “Native Plant Gardening, Birds, Bees and Butterflies” is available at Napa Bookmine.
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Remember the tickle of expectation on Christmas morning when you peeked to see what anticipated toy was under the tree? For literally thousands of kids in Napa County, though, that excitement is mixed with the nagging knowledge that their parents can’t afford groceries, or that they’re sleeping in the family car. For them, there will be no toy this year. For 75 years, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program has sought those disadvantaged children so that they, too, can have a new toy to brighten their holiday season. “Last year, we collected 13,342 toys and supported 3,000 children in Napa Valley, and we are hoping to do even better this year,” says Kristofer Chun, leader of the 2022 Toys for Tots campaign in Napa, in an email. The history of Toys for Tots program began in 1947, when Marine Reserve Major Bill Hendricks created the program with his wife in the Los Angeles area. His friend Walt Disney designed the train logo the following year and the program expanded nationally. Since its founding, Marines and volunteers have distributed 627 million toys to over 281 million children. In 2021, Toys for Tots distributed a record 22.4 million toys to nearly 8.8 million less-fortunate children in America. People may not realize that the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots 20
Program also provides year-round support to families experiencing challenges and exceptional circumstances, thus helping to fulfill the hopes and dreams of millions of families and children in need. Napa’s Marine Corps Toys for Tots organization partners with many other not-for-profit agencies throughout the Napa Valley to determine which families need help during the holiday season. The national group does not take toy requests directly, but if you know of a child in need, Napa’s Salvation Army usually has information and applications in October every year. The most familiar way to donate is to bring a new, unwrapped toy to one of the numerous drop-off locations around the valley. Other ways to participate are listed on the national and local websites: toyfortots.org and napaca.toysfortots.org. You can donate funds online or choose an item from their virtual toybox. More ways to contribute include peer-to-peer fundraising, donating through PayPal, having a holiday recognition program for your clients, giving in honor of someone and making a vehicle, stock or even cryptocurrency donation. If you prefer the traditional way of donating your children enjoy picking out a toy for an unfortunate child, Kristofer says there are many local opportunities to give.
“This year in Napa, we will be dropping off boxes the first week of November to nearly 100 locations from American Canyon to Calistoga,” he says. “The final pick-up of toys and the boxes will be between December 5-9. However, we will accept donation at the firehouses in Napa until Christmas.” For this Toys for Tots diamond anniversary, why not start or continue a tradition of giving to a needy child to brighten their holiday?
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CREATE JOY FROM WITHIN ALL THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
By Linda Bausch
We have become accustomed to heralding in the ‘giving season’ right about now. Local non-profits have geared up for a giving (which also translates to receiving) campaign in which they prepare for upcoming festivities and/or to boost their coffers for the year ahead.
a fantasy here—imagine if one person in each of the 36,000 homes which receive this beloved community magazine—donated the minimum of $10 to a charity of their choosing . . . you do the math; that’s a lot of giving back! (See their Facebook page for more information.)
It isn’t only about how much we can afford to donate; it’s about sharing what we can, financially, emotionally and spiritually. Considering the circumstances of late—a reality has hit harder than usual. In my humble opinion, trying times, unbelievable high gas prices, inflation and the daily strain of, what’s next? (DON’T ASK!), are gradually, but not so discretely, wearing us down, individually and collectively. This brings me to reflect of how we give, not only during the ‘giving’ season, but each and every day. Let’s remember to also refill our own cups. Slow down, enjoy nature, smell the roses when they bloom.
Toni McIntosh, Diversion Officer with Napa Police Youth Services Bureau, gave us an important overview of one of the communities most valued opportunities in the service of ‘giving back’, Shop with a Cop. “The program began in 2006 where we served 30 youth and has been growing every year with support from the community. We hope to serve over 150 youth this year.
Now, I want to begin by saying: Napa is the rock star equivalent of a community that works well with each other—I know I am preaching to the choir.
Start at the beginning . . . at HOME If you want kind and compassionate kids to mature into consciously contributing adults, show them what sharing with others looks like, all the time. Children grow up to emulate what they see happening in their family. Needs do not go away once the seasonal ‘giving’ window closes. The simple act of preparing a meal or sharing a place at the dinner table; making a card for an elderly neighbor; even something as small as a kind word on a daily walk— is a loving way to teach our children compassion and empathy for others. Meeting the eyes of anyone who could use a smile or a kind word is a gift of exceptionally high value. It costs nothing to be nice.
In the Community— Opportunities are in Abundance Seventy-three local non-profits have been included in CanDo’s Napa Valley Give!Guide campaign, inspiring a Community of Givers. Donations as small as ten dollars, or a much as your budget allows, may be made during the month of November and beyond. Allow me 24
Shop with a Cop
While most children are taught values in the home, not all children have the benefit of such upbringing. It is this group of youth who are most likely to assume negative societal roles; roles rooted in neglect or lack of concern. Many recent events are having the highest impact on these youth. Recently a study was published entitled “Children’s Perceptions of the role of Police Officers”.
Youth, ages 5 to 10 were asked to comment on what police officers do when they go to work, what direct and indirect experiences they have had with the police, and the positive and negative aspects of being a police officer. The findings revealed that children emphasized the punitive role of police; very few children identified with non-punitive roles. This punitive theme was evident irrespective of the children experiences, age, and whether they could recall television shows involving police. The practical implications of the findings for police relations with children are troublesome. These youth; many who already come from shaky foundations are now unsure of what is right or wrong. This indecisiveness leads to bad choices and destructive outcomes. Breaking the cycle that leads youth to criminal behavior requires an effort by all. “The first goal of the “Shop with a Cop-Napa” program is designed to help effect beneficial change. By teaching respect, building trust and friendship, as well as instilling values, we hope to do our part. Violence can be curbed. Children’s lives may be spared. Communities may be made safer. “Our secondary goal through this event is to change perceptions. Now, more than ever, perceptions of law enforcement personnel must be changed. Current events have left the most vulnerable of our youth with a less than favorable impression of law enforcement personnel. We hope this event will assist in changing those perceptions. “So how does it work? This is a holiday event sponsored by The Kiwanis Club of Greater Napa, The North Napa Target, Store and Napa Police Department. We are hoping to allow at least 100 of Napa’s neediest youth the experience of shopping for holiday gifts for their immediate family members with some of “Napa’s Finest.” The lucky youth and their law enforcement “shopperone” are turned loose in the Target store where they are able to spend up to $300.00 for gifts for their immediate family members. Volunteers gladly wrap the gifts while the youngsters enjoy treats. Of course, it is the holiday season, so every shopper also receives several special gifts as he/she leave the event. “Most of the youth targeted have not had the opportunity of shopping for family members during the holiday season. For many, this will be a first. As a result, many of these youth have not experienced the joy of giving unconditionally. We have found this experience to have had a profound and lasting effect on some of our past recipients.”
Be Kind; kid-driven and kid-led. The idea for Be Kind sprouted from the mind of Finkelstein family friend Laurie Phillips of New York City. Phillips became aware of the self-imposed isolation of her fellow New Yorkers and how there was very little interaction happening among them. As a way to break the ice, she made the now iconic “Be Kind” buttons and would wear them while out and about in the city. Anytime someone would complement her button, she would take it off and gift it to that person. A friendly conversation would start naturally and smiles would ensue. The buttons would then be paid forward by their new owners and are now found all over New York and the surrounding areas. November 2022
A In 2015, on a trip to New York to visit Laurie, Talulah (then age 9) and Ruby (then age 7), were really impressed by these friendly interactions, so they decided to spread kindness in Napa and ordered some of the same Be Kind buttons. They now wear Be Kind buttons everywhere they go and give them to those that comment on them. They have now given more than 20,000 of the iconic Be Kind buttons all over the world. They have also created the Kindness Kids, a youth-led group that brings together kids throughout our community to organize acts of positivity and compassion. Among their projects, they collect warm coats for those in need, prepare food for those who are hungry, and organize birthday parties for children without homes.
The Kindness Kids have spoken to school assemblies, professional groups, service groups and at large gatherings such as Napa’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration. Be Kind brings people together to spread and celebrate kindness. Be Kind is not a protest or political or religious in nature. Be Kind seeks to strengthen communities through the power of kindness. This article barely reveals the tip of the iceberg when it comes to ideas of giving back, paying forward, or however you want to refer to fulfilling the needs of a family or a community. But in the long run, none of this gets done without all of us doing whatever we can, big or small, no amount of giving is too little or too much when given in the spirit of love.
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“I Go To Estate Sales Because It Is Like Going On A Treasure Hunt Looking For Something I Didn’t Know I Wanted Or Needed, And Getting It For A Bargain.” ~Mary Ann Evans 32
“Estate Sale Today” – what does that sign mean exactly? Intriguing, perhaps, but what’s being sold? Will it only offer items I can’t afford? Will I look foolish because I don’t know what I’m doing? Estate sales professionals, with 50 years of staging sales between them, along with a seasoned estate sale shopper, are happy to share their knowledge. Karen Ross and her husband, Peter, have spent 30 years conducting estate sales and as owners of the
Antique Shoppe (antiqueshoppeestatesales.com). Karen explains the basics. “An Estate Sale is selling the contents of a home, after the family has removed any items they want to keep,” says Karen. “In contrast, a garage sale has random items that a family no longer wants or needs and is usually held in their yard, driveway or garage. Our business will sell anything in your home, from chandeliers to cars, boats or trailers.
We bring in tables and display cases for smaller valuables and jewelry.” Usually, families conduct an Estate Sale due to the death of relatives or if an elderly relative is moving into assisted living, doing general downsizing, divorcing or paying debts. Items for sale may be fine antiques, paintings, silver, watches, vintage jewelry and rugs to household utensils and small appliances. Prices vary for hiring an estate sale company, Karen explains, “Usually they charge 40 to 50 percent of what sells.” Sometimes, estate sales professionals will ad fees for necessities such as advertising, research time, staffing or security.
How do you know how much it will cost? What will happen to items that don’t sell? Will they clean up afterwards? “Get a written contract,” says Karen. “Make sure it states the percentage of sales for each party and when the sale will start and end. It should state what will be done including research and appraisal if necessary, pricing and staffing if needed. It also should detail what the parties want to do with unsold items. Will the items be donated, picked up or hauled away? Is clean-up included?” Karen suggests before hiring a firm to conduct the sale, families check that they have a business license and insurance, ask how long they’ve been in business and get references. “If a family doesn’t know if there is enough in the home for an Estate
Sale, we offer a free consultation. Sometimes, the house doesn’t have many things, or the dollar amount would be too small for us to conduct an estate sale.” Marsha Taylor has been an Estate Sales professional for 20 years. “The value we bring is that we take the emotions out of disposing of a loved one’s property. This is a laborintensive business. We’re saving our clients a minimum of 40 to 80 hours of work. The best clients are the ones who let us do what we know how to do. We have empathy for the clients, but we aren’t emotionally attached to any of their items. I advise people not to put anything in the sale that they don’t want sold. Their relative’s treasured vase is probably not going to be valued as highly as they think it should.” November 2022
“When the sale is over, the most efficient way is to turn the leftover items to us and let us determine the best way to dispose of them. We may sell them to a reseller or donate them, but we also don’t want the clients to be upset if we put out the useful items on the lawn marked for free. The objective is to have an empty house at the end. If the person wants an unsold item back, that’s fair enough if we know ahead of time. We also tidy up and clean the floors afterwards.” The experts say that an estate sale at a moderate-sized home takes two to three days, usually Friday through Sunday. Bartering is expected. “That’s the fun of it,” says Marsha. “I usually bundle things for a price. The goal is to sell it all. We are flexible and friendly; that’s how you sell everything.” Seasoned shopper, Mary Ann Evans, says there is a variety of reasons to investigate an estate sale.
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Christmas is just around the corner, and so is the annual Napa Christmas Tree Lighting, the Christmas Parade (now being held on a new Saturday,) and the brand-new Downtown Napa Wonderland of Trees. Make sure all three are on your calendar!
Hot chocolate will be provided by Downtown Joes, as they have since the tree lighting in Veterans Park began. Entertainment will include the Tap Dancing Christmas Trees, a long-time Napa favorite. Local children’s groups will dance and sing as well!
The Christmas celebrations begin with the annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Veterans Park in Downtown Napa on Wednesday, November 23 at 6 p.m. Mayor Scott Sedgley will lead the community in lighting the tree. The Boy Scouts will be on-hand giving out free cookies courtesy of Toni Chiapetta, owner of Sweetie Pies, who has been making and donating cookies for years.
For the first time in at least thirty years, the annual Christmas parade will NOT take place the Saturday after Thanksgiving, but will instead begin at 5 p.m. on Saturday, December 10. The reason for the change primarily has to do with safety. “Since we made it a nighttime parade seventeen years ago, a lot more people attend,” said Connie Anderson, publisher of the Napa Valley
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As of 1852, the City of Napa had only 300 permanent residents. That year, silversmith William Jacks bought land in Napa and built his house. An early map shows its location on Levee Street (now Riverside) and Grant Street (now Brown). His nursery extended to the river. In l860, Jacks married Abigail Woodruff, and they lived the rest of their lives in the house, where perhaps his botanical library was located in a room with bay windows looking onto the river. Jacks helped found both the First Presbyterian Church and Tulocay Cemetery. By l870, seven wharves ran along the waterfront, along with lumber yards and warehouses. Steamers carried both industrial and industrial products, sometimes entire flocks and herds of livestock. Factories could ship their goods to San Francisco and beyond. A Napa
County pamphlet published at the time proclaimed, “There is work for men and women here. Young man, come west! Come west to Napa to start a factory.” And they did. While visiting Napa, Albert Sawyer from New Hampshire noticed that local butchers were discarding sheep pelts with wool still on them, so he purchased a pile of discards and began a wool-pulling business on the banks of the Napa River. Soon he was curing hides, pickling them in brine, and shipping them to customers back east. In 1870, Albert and his father founded the Sawyer Tanning Company on South Coombs Street. A year later, Sawyer invited Emanuel Manasse, to join him. Manasse, a German immigrant, rapidly developed new methods for tanning sheep skin and buckskin. Emanuel’s first house, built in 1886 on 443 Brown Street south of Oak, was known as the Manasse Mansion until the year 2000 when it was renamed the Violet Mansion, now Historic Landmark Number 7800072.
By 1926, Sawyer was the first tannery west of Chicago to produce patent leather, and the next year it developed chromed tan leather, used for softball gloves, as well as leather for baseball and welding gloves. The Coombs Street area was a neighborhood of tanners, paper hangers, stevedores, and river men. Ray Guadagni, who grew up in “Little Italy” across the river from Sawyer, recalls, “It seemed to me that everyone was Italian in Napa…No matter how small one’s backyard was, everyone had an Italian garden of vegetables and herbs, including plenty of basil, garlic and rosemary.” The store once known as Giovannoni’s began with just such a garden. Augustine Giovannoni arrived in San Francisco from Genoa, and moved to Napa in the early 1920s. He worked in a quicksilver mine in Calistoga, and married Josephine Lanaro. Starting with Augustine’s horse- drawn ice cream cart, the family built a grocery store on the first floor of their home at Brown and Oak. Grandson Tony explains, “They had a large lot and had an extensive garden. They started by selling the excess produce to neighbors and friends, and eventually they expanded and started a small market.” They called it South Market Grocery, and later, Giovannoni’s Market. The family lived on the second floor and ran the market
on the first floor. Augustine Giovannoni worked as a ship painter at a Napa shipyard to help make ends meet. His wife and kids ran the store while he was working. Son Larry recalled his boyhood, “I remember going around with my father to get grocery orders. Most people didn’t have a phone.” After going door-todoor taking orders, they would return later with the deliveries. Augustine Giovannoni picked up groceries at the wharf down the block from the corner of Oak and Brown. After unloading cargo, the boats packed fruit from Napa orchards to carry back to San Francisco. Peggy Aaron worked part-time at the store from 1957 through 1959 while in high school. As she recalls, “Augie dedicated his life to food and family. Lots of neighbors lived paycheck to paycheck. Credit cards were not yet part of their profiles. This tough businessman had the biggest heart. He would run a tab for the locals who needed it and wait for payday to collect. His generosity was as legendary as his work ethic.” She remembers “seeing Augie G out in front of the Browns Street Market with apron and broom. His sons Larry and Ernest learned at a very young age how to work in the market. I don’t remember Ernie or Larry or Augie ever missing a day of work, and “mom sending us with a dollar to buy 3
pounds of ground beef for meatloaf dinner. If we didn’t have the dollar yet, he would carefully write down in his little notebook, and collect when paycheck came.” Barry Nelson adds to the picture, “My parents had an account there so my Mom would send me there without any money to buy stuff, at which time they would record the price on a stiff cardboard type document which was filed with many other account holders...They even let me buy her cigarettes! Mom would then pay the total bill at the end of each month.” Dann Shively adds, “I remember members of the family working there. I’m sure some of the boys were probably only 10 or so years older than I, but they seemed like adults and were very kind.” By the early 60s, sons Larry and Ernest had taken over running the store and decided to undertake a major expansion. The new market was built just to the north of the existing home, which was then lifted and moved on a trailer past the bridge on Milton Road/ Edgerly Island. The plot where the house once sat became the parking lot for the new store. Tony explains, “Larry ran the meat department, which was known for its full-service counter and oldfashioned butchers. Beef was trucked in from Idaho, and top quality was always a priority. Whether it was prime rib for Christmas, turkeys for Thanksgiving, corned beef for St. Patrick’s Day, or aged steaks for a special BBQ; people went out of their way to shop there. Families relied on Giovannoni’s to make their meal memorable. Ernest ran the rest of the store, but his focus was produce. He would leave before dawn and drive to the wholesale market down in Oakland,
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the recession that took a major hit on small businesses. Second Street is hardest hit when streets are closed for the parade. Lots of streets are involved and the closure process takes hours. There is logic to which streets are barricaded first, so that no cars find themselves boxed in, and the pattern means that Second Street is among the first blocked, always shortly after noon – a full five hours before the parade starts. “Once the streets are closed, our businesses really slow down. None of us have ever complained. We support the parade as much as anybody and love that it starts down Second Street. But financially, it’s a hardship,” said Chrissy Jeffries, who with her husband Pat owns Jeffries General at 1462 Second Street, between Franklin and School. “We’ve all suffered in silence for years,” said Chrissy, with a smile. “We love the parade and
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