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Major New Push to Preserve Carp Bluffs

Read the Santa Barbara Independent article here

Preservation Groups Purchase 21 Acres of Carpinteria Bluffs

Read the Noozhawk article here

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Jordan Brothers Farms

The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County and The Trust for Public Land today protected the 780-acre Jordan property, a Lompoc Valley farm that dates to shortly after California became a state. The property will be permanently protected from future…

Big Bend Ranch

100-Acre Big Bend Ranch Donated to Land Trust

The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County announced today that its nearly 24,000-acre portfolio of protected natural resources and agricultural countryside now includes the 100-acre Big Bend Ranch, donated by Judy and Jack Stapelmann. Located in the El Jaro Creek…

Sportfishing Conservancy

Lines Cast at Fifth Annual No-Motor Sportfishing Tournament Saturday, Nov. 7

The Sportfishing Conservancy along with the Carpinteria and Santa Barbara sportfishing clubs will kick off the fifth annual no-motor fishing contest from Danny’s Deli in Carpinteria beginning at 6 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015. The idea behind the no-motor rule is two-fold: first…

Building Franklin Trail

Slideshow of images on the construction of Franklin Trail

First Land Conservation Bank Established in SB County

The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Conservation Land Group, and Rancho Purisima, LLC announced today that the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the US Fish and Wildlife Service have formally approved the 853-acre La Purisima Conservation Bank in northern Santa Barbara County.

Franklin Trail Phase One Construction – Nearing Completion

Projected trail opening is Labor Day. Please help us receive every penny of the $25,000 matching grant so that we may complete Phase One.

Franklin Trail: Respect Private Property

Check out the latest article in the Carpinteria Coastal View News regarding progress of the project. The First Phase of Franklin Trail is scheduled to open in late summer. Until then, please respect private property.

Ocean Meadows Golf Club to be Restored to Wetlands

After a four-year effort to raise $7 million in federal, state and local funds to buy the property, the Trust for Public Land acquired 63.9 acres of the Ocean Meadows Golf Club. The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, the…

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