By Phil Mckenna The best prescription for your general wellbeing, assuming you are adhering to social distancing and washing your hands more than you think you need to, is to take a walk. Let me suggest one that is close […]
By Doug Kern Gaviota Coast Conservancy, through a grant from ESRI, Jack Dangermond’s GIS mapping software company, has made available a hub for Coronavirus information. View the GCC Coronavirus Response Hub here. Stay Healthy and Well! We’re in this together!
By Doug Kern Pipeline company to pay more than $60 million for 2015 oil spill near Santa Barbara By LOUIS SAHAGUN LA Times STAFF WRITER MARCH 13, 2020 3:27 PM A pipeline company has agreed to pay more than $60 million, and change its operations,
By Doug Kern You’re Invited to Workshop #1 The following workshop invitation is being made by four California State Agencies as a result of AB 1680, Limón. Coastal lands: public access program: Hollister Ranch. The agencies are the California Coastal Commission, State Coastal
By Doug Kern Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law Wednesday a bill designed to open the elusive beaches at Hollister Ranch — a significant move forward under his administration on an issue that has stalled for decades in the face of powerful
By Marc Chytilo Goodbye, friend: GCC Board Director Ed Easton Ed Easton had a long and illustrious career with the Sierra Club and National Wildlife Federation on the East Coast prior to his “retirement” to the South Coast in 2000.
By Doug Kern On September 21, 2019, the Gaviota Coast Conservancy will honor Jack and Laura Dangermond for their outstanding conservation work at Coastal Legacy 2019. In 2017, Jack and Laura preserved in perpetuity the largest privately owned ranch on
By Nancy Black Natalie Wilson, Exhibit Chair and Myla Kato, both of the Board of Directors of SCAPE, Southern California Artists Painting for the Environment, were interviewed by Santa Barbara City TV regarding the upcoming benefit for Gaviota Coast Conservancy, “Visions
By Nancy Black Approves a Procedural Path to Reject Settlement Agreement Beach fans cleared to fight enclave for coastal access – Courthouse News Hollister ruling opens legal path – Santa Barbara Independent Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Colleen K.