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

San Lorenzo Valley Estuary Project

VOLUNTEER AND REDUCE STRESS! San Lorenzo River Estuary Project • June 15, 2019

With YOUR help the San Lorenzo River Estuary Project will improve the wildlife habitat. We welcome you to join us to increase the growth margins around established native plants, prune back bushes, liberate overgrown natives & mingle with other wonderful volunteers.

You’re invited: Memorial for Fred McPherson: June 23, 2019

A memorial for our beloved Fred McPherson will be held at Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park in the Main Picnic area Sunday, June 23rd at noon.
PG&E equipment on Pilger Road. Nov. 9, 2018

Update on PG&E Wildfire Management Plan: Enhanced Vegetation Management Fails to Provide Safety from Wildfire

UPDATE – MAY 2019 The tragic wildfires of the past two years have highlighted decades of infrastructure neglect by PG&E
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Recycling bottles and cans

The Lowdown on the Closedown of CRV Redemption/Recycling Centers

After more than 30 years operating the three Redemption/Recycling centers in the San Lorenzo Valley, the VWC is preparing to close down the centers, effective July 1. The Ben Lomond Transfer Station will continue to provide recycling services without any redemption options.
Recycling at the bin

Recycling Centers to Close in Felton and Boulder Creek

With profound regret, the Valley Women’s Club of San Lorenzo Valley (VWC), after thirty years providing this valuable service to our community, announces the closure of its SLV Redemption/Recycling Centers (SLVRR) in Felton, Ben Lomond, and Boulder Creek
Logs stockpile behind Kmart.

Sign the Petition! PG&E: Insulate Your Power Lines to Improve Fire Safety!

Petition to Geisha Williams, PG&E CEO and President, Gregg Lemier, Vice President, Electric Transmission Operations, PG&E, and Michael Picker, President, … Read the rest

Know More About PG&E’s Wildfire Safety Program

Many are confused by changing information from PG&E, and PG&E’s implementing the wildfire safety program in our county, without an opportunity, in advance, for residents to ask questions and get more specific information.

Letter to PG&E Regarding Tree Removal from our Representatives

Responding to the confusion and controversy over PG&E’s precipitous, ill-conceived and destructive Wildfire Safety Program, Supervisor Bruce McPherson and State Assemblymember Mark Stone have co-signed this letter to PG&E’s CEO and President, VP, and CPUC President.