The Circle V projects develops a vision and design for an Indigenous and Environmental Resource Center along the San Joaquin River. In months of outreach, our team has worked with indigenous stakeholders and green building and community supporters to determine form and function of the center. Join us for upcoming outreach opportunities to be part of the project!
Circle V will have many amenities to be used by the community. Are you working with a non-profit or school and are interested in being part of Circle V after construction? Please share your interest in using the facilities HERE.
Learn about the conceptual design for Circle V at our upcoming community meeting:
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We are hosting Family and Volunteer Days, join us to check out the property and help to maintain it!
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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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