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    The Nature Conservancy acquires three miles along the Santa Clara River

    The Nature Conservancy announced today the acquisition of 377 acres in Ventura County as part of the Santa Clara River Parkway Project. The purchase, which was made possible by a grant from the Santa Clara River Trustee Council, will safeguard vital habitat for a wide variety of animals and plants, including as many as 35 endangered, threatened or sensitive species. The parcel is located at the confluence of the Santa Clara River and Piru Creek and encompasses roughly three miles of river channel. To date, the Conservancy has worked with local partners to acquire 2,218 acres – about 10 linear miles – along the river.

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