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The Santa Clara River Parkway is a project of the California State Coastal Conservancy, in collaboration with the Nature Conservancy's LA-Ventura Project, Friends of the Santa Clara River, private landowners and local governments, to acquire and restore floodplain land along the lower Santa Clara River for habitat, flood protection, and recreation. Read more...


Santa Clara River in the news
Read the latest news and information concerning the
Santa Clara River watershed. Recent items include the Newhall Ranch development, water diversion, and emerging contaminants.

Search the knowledge base
The watershed knowledge base has been designed as a portal for disseminating science-based information contributing to the conservation, sustainable management, and restoration of natural resources along the Santa Clara River.


Discover the Santa Clara River
The Santa Clara River is one of the most dynamic river systems remaining in Southern California, with significant riparian and aquatic habitat supporting a number of endangered and threatened species, including the federally endangered southern steelhead.  Read more...

Explore the watershed
Use the Google Earth application to peruse the Santa Clara River watershed in 3D, view aerial photography, topography, roads, watershed boundaries, and streamlines. Read more...


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