Establishes the Rural Broadband Infrastructure Program at the PUC, to provide funding for broadband service with speeds of at least 100 mbps downstream and 100 mbps upstream to rural areas that are unserved and to to upgrade service in areas that are underserved to the extent funding remains available; initially appropriate $5B, and $1B per year for the following 5 years.

Extends pilot projects in Napa and San Bernardino counties to provide new or extended services outside jurisdictional boundaries and outside spheres of influence through 2026.

Amends the current year state budget (which ends June 30, 2021) to include provisions for $24M from the General Fund for the Housing the Harvest program to provide housing support to farmworkers that need to isolate due to COVID-19 exposure, and approximately $10M in assistance for UC, CSU, and community college homeless students.

Establishes a $1B Rural California Infrastructure Fund at the California i-Bank.

Requires any future bond-funded environmental programs to include environmental justice provisions.

Adjusts ERAF allocation for Madera County.

Creates the Environmental Justice Community Resilience Hubs Program, which would require electrical utilities to make grants from specified allocations to community institutions and qualified housing developments for holistic community-driven building upgrade projects.

Upon appropriation by the Legislature, requires the Dept. of CSD to establish a grant program for counties to establish farmworker resource centers that provide access to services related to, among other things, housing, health, education, and labor rights; grants contingent upon the county working with community based organizations to develop a center.

Amends the current year state budget (which ends June 30, 2021) to include provisions for $24M from the General Fund for the Housing the Harvest program to provide housing support to farmworkers that need to isolate due to COVID-19 exposure, and approximately $10M in assistance for UC, CSU, and community college homeless students.

Establishes the Regions Rise Grant Program within OPR to provide grants (upon appropriation) for inclusive, cross-jurisdictional processes that lead to strategies to address barriers and challenges confronting communities.