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The Circle V projects develops vision and design for an Indigenous and Environmental Resource Center at the San Joaquin River in collaboration with the San Joaquin River Conservancy, the Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival, USGBC Central California and Dyson Janzen Architects.

In months of outreach, our team has worked with indigenous, green building and community stakeholders to determine form and function of the center translated into a conceptual design that takes into account nature, culture and community.

Do you have any comments on the conceptual design? Please fill out a COMMENT CARD                                     

Circle V will have many amenities for the community. Are you working with a non-profit or school and are interested in being part of Circle V after construction? Please fill out an INTEREST CARD.

Check out Circle V!

We are hosting frequent public events, join us to go for a walk, check out the design or volunteer to maintain it! Check out our events page for upcoming opportunities


Project management and outreach team: circlev@usgbccc.org

Tribal outreach team: circlevproject@gmail.com

 The Circle V project is a collaboration between USGBC Central California, the Advocates for California Indigenous Language Survival, Fresno   State, the San Joaquin River Conservancy and the Wildlife Conservation Board with the goal to develop an Indigenous Environmental Resource Center and create access to a beautiful part of the San Joaquin River.    



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