The San Joaquin Valley Gateway provides a regional tool to help planners and resource managers develop and implement integrated multiple-benefit solutions for long-term environmental and economic sustainability. The Gateway also showcases programs and projects that have used this information resource to address resource conflicts in the Valley.
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Least Conflict Solar

This map contains the least conflict areas as determined by the farmland conservation group and environmental conservation group for the San Joaquin Valley, California. Map also includes the final outputs for both the farmland conservation group and the environmental conservation group, known brownfields, existing solar facilities, and transmission lines in the region.


The SJV Greenprint was created as a voluntary, stakeholder-driven project to help the eight counties of the San Joaquin Valley create long-term environmental and economic sustainability in the face of growth, development patterns, and climate challenges.