The seven acre site of our Visalia campus has a vivid past that includes stories of early settlers and Native Americans. Our beautiful, resource-rich library is housed within the historic Venice School in Visalia. The schoolhouse is over 100 years old.
This past year a group of volunteers, led by ERCLC parent Becky Brown, helped renovate the inside of this beloved building. This project, and also our native plant restoration areas, have been huge improvements made to our school site. Our long term plans include several further additions and enhancements including a woodshop, performance pavilion, new offices, and expanding the native plant restoration project for landscaping.
Our newly renovated library…