Agriculture

From “No Trespassing” To The Welcome Mat

by Janet Koed On February 12, Steve and I headed out for a low tide hike at Naples with a good-sized group of folks. After years of hiking on Naples, we no longer expect to be sent away, and the …

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Gaviota and Black History Month

by Janet Koed When I read the article in the Santa Barbara Independent, “Black History Started Here in Santa Barbara”, I was impressed by the historical documentation of Eric Hvolbol. It wasn’t the first time Gaviota Coast Conservancy learned new …

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Santa Barbara Natives

By Andrea Hoot On the most recent Gaviota Coast Conservancy field trip, we visited Santa Barbara Natives, which is a plant nursery located on the property of La Paloma Ranch. The drive up the canyon road was stunning, and the …

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Regenerative Ranching – Jalama Canyon Ranch

By Phil McKenna Jalama Canyon Ranch is a 1,000-acre ranch nestled in an inland valley at the end of a dirt road that heads west from Jalama Road, the scenic drive that runs between Highway 1 and the beach at …

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Gaviota Givings Delivers Ranch-Raised Pork

By Doug Kern Sixth-Generation Farmer Guner Tautrim Selling Sausage, Shoulders, Ham Steaks, and More Here is a great article in the Santa Barbara Independent about our own Guner Tautrim and his ranch! https://www.independent.com/2020/04/14/gaviota-givings-delivers-ranch-raised-pork/

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