The Circle V project developed a vision and conceptual design for an Indigenous and Environmental Resource Center at the San Joaquin River. Our team worked with indigenous, green building and community stakeholders to determine form and function of the center and translated this vision into a conceptual design that takes into account nature, culture and community.
The design of Circle V is based on the programming report, which was developed on the basis of community input received during listening sessions, walks, and other outreach opportunities.
The Circle V project is moving over to be managed by the Department of General Services (DGS). Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Circle V public access 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 a vision and design for an Indigenous Environmental Resource Center and create access to a beautiful part of the San Joaquin River.
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