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The following are farms, ranches and private open space projects that the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County has conserved. Our agricultural easements make sure the land is kept open for agricultural use, and prevent it from being converted for residential or commercial development. Many of our lands are protected by a conservation easement but are still private property.

Bodger Oak Woodland, Lompoc (8 acres)

Briggs Family Ranch, Lompoc (86 acres)

Burton Ranch Chaparral Preserve, Lompoc (95 acres)

Freeman Ranch, Gaviota (660 acres)

Great Oak Ranch, Santa Ynez Valley (1,128 acres)

Hibbits Ranch, Lompoc (394 acres)

Horton Family Ranch, Carpinteria (104 acres)

La Paloma Ranch and Hvoboll Trust Property, Gaviota (750 acres)

Las Flores hunt Property, Los Alamos (653 acres)

La Purisima Conservation Bank, Lompoc (853 acres)

Marcelino Springs Ranch, Buellton (70 acres)

Mar Y Cel, Montecito (150 acres)

Mission Canyon Watershed, Santa Barbara (134 acres)

Rancho Aldea Antigua, Carpinteria (23 acres)

Rancho Dos Vistas, Gaviota (1,406 acres)

Rancho Felicia, Santa Ynez Valley (314 acres)

Rancho la Purisima, Buellton (1,007 acres)

Rancho La Rinconada, Buellton (127 acres)

Rancho Las Cruces, Gaviota (900 acres)

Rancho Monte Alegre, Carpinteria (3,060 acres)

San Roque Ranch, Santa Barbara (880 acres)

Williams Ranch, Santa Ynez Valley (100 acres)



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