Mon, August 28, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Thu, September 28, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Topa Topa Brewing Co., 104 E Thompson Blvd, Ventura, CA 93001
Ventura Hillsides Conservancy serves up “Nature on Tap” - a summertime series of environmental lectures at Ventura’s Topa Topa Brewing Company The Ventura Hillsides Conservancy (VHC) is teaming up with Topa Topa Brewing Company to host a series of environmental lectures entitled “Nature on Tap” this summer. The public is invited to join VHC staff once a month in July, August and September to learn about local environmental topics and VHC’s mission, projects and programs. Lecture dates and topics are: .
Monday, 8/28/17: Our Wildlife Neighbors: From coyotes to crows, raccoon to rattlesnakes, opossums to osprey … Ventura has it all! Join Jessica West, Ventura Hillsides Conservancy biologist, to learn about the wildlife that lives on VHC properties, what is being done to preserve their habitat, and how the public can (and has!) become involved in studying our animal neighbors.
Thursday, 9/28/17: Preserving Ventura’s Open Space - Rivers, forest, and farmland: Dash Dunkell, Ventura Hillsides Conservancy’s Conservation Director, will discuss the past, present and future of open space preservation in and around Ventura.
Each free lecture will begin at 7 p.m. at Topa Topa Brewing Company, located at 104 E Thompson Blvd. Topa Topa Brewing Company, one of VHC’s business supporters, participates in the 1% for the Planet program and has designated VHC as their donation recipient in July, August and September. In addition, on July 28, they will donate one percent of the day’s sales through their #PintsWithPurpose program.
To RSVP, visit: www.venturahillsides.org/events and, for more information, call the Ventura Hillsides Conservancy: (805) 643-8044.
The Ventura Hillsides Conservancy is dedicated to preserving and protecting Ventura's hillsides, waterways and wildlife. Founded in 2003, the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization is supported by over 500 members, local business and government partners. The land trust currently manages 80 acres of land along the Ventura River and is working toward the purchase of its first hillside property. Further information about the Conservancy is at: www.venturahillsides.org.