Salt Marsh and Estuary Wetlands on Gaviota Coast

by Greg Karpain The Gaviota Coast spans 76 miles and some 200,000 acres located in western Santa Barbara County between Coal Oil Point and Point Sal. Its southern portion lies between the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary and the Los …

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A Vision Through the Mist

by Janet Koed Today I had a special moment you might appreciate. It starts out with a group meeting up for a kayak day trip at Refugio. Met by some disappointing foggy weather, we launched into the familiar abyss. Water …

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ACTION ALERT!! Let the Coastal Commission Hear Your Comment on Hollister Ranch Coastal Access Program, (HRCAP), Thursday October 14th

Action Alert!!   The HOLLISTER RANCH COASTAL ACCESS PROGRAM (HRCAP) will be reviewed by the CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14th. Please write the Commission or offer a personal comment at the online meeting about the importance of this issue …

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Coastal Cleanup Blitz

by Janet Koed California Coastal Cleanup Day officially started in 1985. Since 2013, Gaviota Coast Conservancy has signed up to run the show at Refugio State Beach which is an idyllic setting typically void of a lot of trash. One …

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Paddle for Paradise Oct 2nd

by Janet Koed PADDLE for PARADISE – Saturday, October 2, 2021 Experience a special part of the undeveloped Gaviota Coast from the vantage point of an aquatic creature.  Let Santa Barbara Adventure Company meet you at the water’s edge with …

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