GET INVOLVED WITH NATURE-BECOME AN ARROYO HONDO DOCENT The Arroyo Hondo Docent Program was initiated in 2003 as part of the Preserve's Environmental Education Program, shortly after the Land Trust purchased the ranch from the Hollister family. Since then Arroyo…
On September 29, the Land Trust hosted a full moon hike on More Mesa with local naturalist and biologist Ted Mullen. Below, is the write up by More Mesa Preservation Coalition President, Valerie Olson. Continuing with our “Walk on More…
On Tuesday, Work and Land Trust board member Erik Gregersen gave a seminar about using conservation easements and the preservation of family farms in the county.
Earlier this month, 40 Land Trust donors who helped us meet our year end goal were given a behind-the-scenes look a several Land Trust properties.
The Land Trust’s work in Monetcito’s Ennisbrook neighborhood continues at the 44-acre San Ysidro Oak Woodland.
The Land Trust and the City of Carpinteria are working on the final details of the easement of the Rincon Bluffs.
For the past several months, Land Trust staff has been working closely with the Ennisbrook Home Owners Association in Montecito to strategize ways to clear mud and flood debris from the 44-acre San Ysidro Oak Woodland.
Check out our Spring Newsletter for all the news, including "The Protective Power of Conserved Land" and "Fire in the Chaparral", both addressing the impact of the recent Thomas Fire.
As Southern California communities look to rebuild after enduring devastating wildfires and mudslides, there is a growing call for more focus on forest resilience and smarter planning.
Spend springtime enjoying the beauty of Arroyo Hondo Preserve as you learn to become a Docent for this glorious natural paradise.