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                  Thank you for joining The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County in an open    discussion about the Next Generation of Conservationists.

Arroyo Hondo Preserve

Saturday, October 4, 2014

10am – 2pm. Please meet at the barn.

Join us on the guided hike from 10am-12pm and we will then meet for lunch and an open-ended discussion to have you help us understand:

– what conserving land and resources means to you
– how we can provide meaningful ways to work together

Please see our brief survey that will help fuel the discussion.

Directions to Arroyo Hondo Preserve:

From Santa Barbara: Traveling northbound on the U.S. Highway 101, the Preserve is about a thirty minute drive from downtown and approximately four miles past Refugio State Beach. After the Refugio exit, pay attention to the blue CalTrans call boxes spaced one mile apart on the right hand side. The Arroyo Hondo entrance is located at call box 101-412. Make an immediate right hand turn into the driveway.

From Buellton/Lompoc: Traveling southbound on the U.S. Highway 101, approximately 6 miles past Gaviota State Park and a mile after the Vista Point Rest Area, look for the blue CalTrans Call Box #101-403. Be in the left hand lane. Just after the Call Box, make a u-turn (turn lane provided) onto the northbound lanes of the U.S. Highway 101. In a mile, make a sharp right turn into the Preserve immediately after blue CalTrans Call Box #101-412.

If you miss the U-turn, the next turnaround is at Refugio State Beach about four miles south. Come down the driveway, cross the bridge and park near the barn.


For questions about this event, please contact Jennifer Stroh, Membership Coordinator, during normal business hours at (805)966-4520 or [email protected]


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