Monterey County agriculture

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    Monterey County produce. Photo by Ian.

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    1. ClizBiz 51 months ago | reply

      Great shot! We used this photo to promote a post on

    2. ecorisejake 38 months ago | reply

      Re: Request for Permission to Use Materials

      Dear Content Owner:

      EcoRise Youth Innovations is an Austin, TX based non-profit organization whose mission is to empower a new generation of “green leaders” to propel their schools and communities toward a better future. EcoRise works with high school teachers to create curriculum and opportunities for students to develop literacy, leadership and hands-on participation in the design and creation of projects that showcase solutions to issues involving water, energy and the environment. Please visit for more details.

      We have a favor to ask of you. We believe that you own or control the rights to an image, illustration or other material (the “Material”) that we would like to use in a power point presentation lesson plan for students. The use of the Material will not be for profit and will be directly related to training and teaching as part of our work.

      The Material is an image titled: Monterrey County Agriculture
      The image can be found on this website:

      Although we have been advised that our use of the Material is so-called “fair use” under copyright law, we prefer to ask your permission for the rights to include the Material as described above. We cannot pay any fee for our use, but will give you attribution/credit in our materials, as well as our sincere “THANKS” for your cooperation.

      Please acknowledge that you are in agreement by return email by November 31, 2012, so that we can have a record for our files.

      In the event that you do not want to grant permission, please let us know immediately so that we can take steps to delete the Material from our power point presentation.

      If you do not own or control the rights to the Material, please advise us of that and, whom we should contact to get permission to use the Material (if you know).

      Thank you for your time and attention to this matter. If you have any questions or comments, please respond to

      Gina LaMotte
      EcoRise Youth Innovations
      Executive Director
      2921 E. 17th Street
      Austin, Texas 78702
      (512) 483-1057

    3. Richard Masoner / Cyclelicious 38 months ago | reply

      @EcoRise - I sent email granting permission with attribution to "Ian Masoner." Thank you for asking.

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