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Bluffs III fundraising wraps ahead of schedule

Undeveloped coastal properties rank among the most valuable commodities in California, and protecting them is a battle often lost. Carpinterians, however, have triumphed not once but twice, as this week the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County announced the completion of its $7.9 million campaign to preserve the 21-acre Bluffs III property on the east end of Carpinteria Avenue.
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Carpinteria Bluffs Permanently Preserved

Raising $6.9 million, the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County is now the proud owner of 21 acres of open space on the Carpinteria Bluffs, a piece of oceanfront land that, over the years, investors have pushed to develop into a destination resort ​— ​only to be rebuffed by a conservation-minded community willing to back up sentiment with lots of cash.
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Carpinteria Bluffs III awarded $144K CREF grant

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a $144,750 Coastal Resource Enhancement Fund (CREF) grant to the City of Carpinteria towards the acquisition of the Carpinteria Bluffs III property on June 20. The grant brings Bluffs III fundraising…

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Moonrise, Carpinteria Beach, Thomas Van Stein -- SOLD

Our Coastline, OAK Group Exhibit

Circling back to their original benefit show decades ago, The Oak Group once again contributes to saving more of the Carpinteria bluffs with a benefit art exhibit, “Coastline,” which is online through April 30, 2017. Guest artists Kevin Gleason, Kaaren…

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