What do you know about the San Lorenzo River?


If you’ve lived in the Santa Cruz are for any time at all, you know where the San Lorenzo River is. You know it flows through downtown Santa Cruz and empties into the Monterey Bay right next to the Santa Cruz Boardwalk. You may be aware that you drive along it for a bit on Highway 9 between Felton and Ben Lomond.

But do you now how it affects the environment of your community? Do you know about the local wildlife it supports? If you’re anything like me, you don’t know much – if any – of that! Well, the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History wants to remedy that in 2018 with a FREE series on the San Lorenzo River.

Starting Saturday, February 3 and running every Saturday from now until April 21st, you can pre-register for this informative series by clicking this link right here!

According to their web site:

The following tours alternate between locations in the upper and lower watershed. On the registration page (hosted by CWC), you will find more information and locations for each tour:

I’m going – how about you?

The series is co-hosted with the Coastal Watershed Council (click for more details), and sponsored in part by the San Lorenzo Valley Water District and Clif Bar Family Foundation.

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