Ventura County, CaliforniaUpdates from Ventura County Chapter—Protecting our local ocean and beaches from source to surf
The Nature Conservancy has monthly opportunities for people to come out and see TNC Preserves on the Santa Clara River for free!
This month, the hike will take place on October 25 at Peto (East Santa Paula) from 2pm-4pm
Halloween Haunt Walk: Participants are encouraged to come in their scariest costumes to have a frightfully good time! For a complete list of when The Nature Conservancy hikes are hosted and for driving directions, please see the flyer below.
It’s here! The 4th Annual Pints Against Plastics is tomorrow, Saturday September 14th, starting at 6 p.m.!
Consider these 10 reasons you’ve just got to be there:
10. It’s only $10 to get in!
9. You’ll have the chance to get the latest Pints Against Plastics collectible drinkware!
Saturday, September 20th is California Coastal Cleanup day! Join over 60,000 Californians as we come together and clean up our state’s beaches and waterways.
Surfrider Ventura will be posted up at our normal beach cleanup location at C St. from 9-11am. Meet on the Promenade by the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Look for the Surfrider tent.
Our friends at Ventura Hillsides Conservancy will be at the Ventura River Estuary from 9am-Noon. They are clearing arundo and picking up trash and litter from the Main Street bridge all thew way to the ocean. Park at the Peking Street lot off of Main Street by the bike path.
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After falling three votes short of passage earlier this week, the single-use plastic bag bill known as SB 270 has passed after reconsideration this afternoon. Led by Senators Padilla, de León & Lara (as well as environmental stakeholders and local government advocates), the California State Assembly Floor voted 44-29.