OC Live Presents

Santa Clara River Conference



Carlos Munoz Jr.

The Santa Clara River is one of southern California’s largest rivers. Mostly unknown to residents, the river remains an underutilized corridor ready for its next phase: a river parkway providing biological resources, recreation and education. A sustainable coexistence must be struck between habitat preservation, recreation, and human needs such as water supply, flood protection and land development.

This public conference brings together Ventura County agencies, educators, students, and the public for a robust discussion of the future of the Santa Clara River. Hear from innovative leaders in sustainability and join the conversation about this important shared local resource.

The Santa Clara River Conference runs from 2:00 – 6:30 pm and includes an opening keynote address, two breakout sessions, dinner, a closing address, and a poster exhibit.

Space is limited! Reserve your spot by registering at https://fscr.org/events/conference/. Conference cost $45 (includes dinner). Conference is free for OC faculty and students. Closing address and poster exhibit is free to the public.

If you need ASL interpreting services for this OC LIVE event, please contact director Dr. Amy Edwards at aedwards@vcccd.edu seven days prior to the event and it will be provided free of charge.