The Valley Women’s Club of San Lorenzo Valley
Why Join the VWC?

Because you can make a difference, right here, at home.

What's Happening in the San Lorenzo Valley

River & Road Clean Up

Sept. 26, 2020 • River & Road Clean Up!

Due to COVID-19, The River and Road Clean-Up is “Do it yourself!” Pick your spot and clean it up! Go
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Faces of the wildfire

Watch now! Supervisor McPherson-Valley Women’s Club Fire Recovery Webinar

Pre-recorded Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020 • 6–7:30 p.m. Santa Cruz County Supervisor Bruce McPherson, District 5, co-hosted a virtual town
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Restoring SLV

Restoring Our Valley

Resources to help you after the fires We hope that you are well and safe in these exceptional hard times.
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Big Basin Fire 2019

PG&E’s system threatens us all

Are YOU worried about wildfire, or about Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS)? Looking at PG&E’s electric power lines, we all have good reason to worry. Is the electric wire along your street and to your house bare or insulated?
Estuary Project Volunteers

CANCELLED! San Lorenzo River Estuary Project • Mar. 21, 2020

Please note: the 3/21 Estuary Project day is canceled as a Covid-19 precaution.   In addition, as of Friday, March
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Tell the Governor to Help Make All California Beaches Cigarette Waste-Free


We need your help to make California beaches cleaner by going smoke-free. Send an email here asking Governor Brown to sign SB 386, … Read the rest

How to Support the Butt Stops Here Campaign

Contributions in support of the campaign can be sent with your name, address, phone, and email address, to The Butt Stops Here c/o The Valley Women’s … Read the rest

Cartoon Brochure Reminds Smokers to Keep Their Butts Off the Ground!

Tai Stills, member of the VWC’s Environmental Committee, has a talent for designing and producing eye and mind-catching brochures on environmental issues. She designed the … Read the rest

Keeping Butts Off the Ground

Colorful Critters Remind Us That What’s on the Ground Flows into the River

Two large grates near Junction Park in Boulder Creek are the first … Read the rest