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Join us for Coastal Clean Up Day, Saturday, September 20, 9AM-Noon

We are clearing arundo and picking up trash and litter from the Main Street bridge all the way to the ocean with our partners from CA State Parks.  Plenty of work to be done so come out and help us clean up our waterway before the winter rain!  Bring closed-toe shoes or boots, long pants, long sleeves, water, a hat and sun-protection.  We'll have gloves and hand tools.  Park at the Peking Street lot off of Main Street by the Ventura River Parkway Trail.

Planning for Perpetuity: Conservancy Partners with Ventura County Community Foundation to establish Land Stewardship Endowment Fund

As a land trust we are committed to preserving our protected lands in perpetuity, which requires dedicated and permanent funding for land management.  The Ventura Hillsides Conservancy Endowment Fund was created to provide a lasting benefit to the lands we love, ensuring their stewardship for years to come. The fund is managed by the Ventura County Community Foundation, a community institution that has helped many of the local charitable organizations in our county grow and thrive.  Donations made to the fund will provide a reliable source of income for the life of our organization.  All contributions are tax deductible.  Please make your gift and preserve a legacy today! You can give online through the VCCF here.

Click here for this month's Pizza with a Purpose Flyer from CPK!




The Ventura Hillsides Conservancy is a land trust operating in the Ventura region to protect and conserve open space resources through acquisition of land and easements, stewardship of protected lands, and public education about local natural resources.  

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