Gaviota Coast Conservancy

GCC APPEAL of El Cap Canyon Resort expansion at planning commission Continued to 4-24-2024

By Ana Citrin Your voice is needed to support GCC’s appeal of the El Capitan Canyon Resort expansion! Emails to the Planning Commission should be sent to dvillalo@co.santa-barbara.ca.us by noon on Monday, April 22th.  Background The Santa Barbara County Planning […]

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A Sustainable Vision for Santa Barbara: Alternatives to the Tajiguas Landfill Expansion 

Time is running out!  The County of Santa Barbara is proposing a dangerous expansion of the Tajiguas Landfill, threatening the Gaviota Coast’s fragile ecosystem and our community’s health. The current expansion proposal for the Tajiguas Landfill represents a missed opportunity.

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GCC APPEAL of El Cap Canyon Resort expansion at planning commission 2-28-2024

By Ana Citrin Your voice is needed to support GCC’s appeal of the El Capitan Canyon Resort expansion! Emails to the Planning Commission should be sent to dvillalo@co.santa-barbara.ca.us by noon on Monday February 26th.  Background The Santa Barbara County Planning

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Conserving the Gaviota Coast IN PICTURES AND STORIES

805-967-6030 vistas@vistaslifelonglearning.org Presented by: Phil McKenna Bethany Congregational Church 556 N. Hope Avenue, Santa Barbara The Gaviota Coast is the largest intact example of our Southern California Mediterranean coastal environment. Its 200,000 acres span 73 miles of coastline and 43

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GCC Appeal of El Capitan Canyon Resort “Area F1-F2” Expansion

By Ana Citrin The expansions at El Capitan Canyon Resort on the Gaviota Coast that SUN Communities, Inc. is pursuing are in several different stages in the permitting process.  The visible new construction on the north side of Highway 101

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