With the retirement of Old Blue, we need your help in finding another who can live up to her legacy.
28 volunteers removed over 400 pounds of trash and debris from site.
A recent report released by Los Padres ForestWatch identifies unregulated target shooting as one of the most serious threats to natural resources and public health and safety in the forest.
More than 1000 lbs removed.
Patagonia volunteers remove 150lbs of trash from Santa Paula Canyon.
Critically endangered arroyo toads in the Los Padres National Forest will remain fully protected.
Ventura County Supervisors miss an opportunity to update World War II-era drilling permits to protect condors.
Three conservation groups sued Ventura County to halt a plan to drill 19 new oil wells along the Santa Paula Canyon Trail.
Fifteen volunteers, sweated through 97-degree heat Saturday to remove trash, irrigation hoses and chemicals from a marijuana grow site near Lake Casitas.
Over the course of a few hours, the 14 volunteers gathered up close to 400 pounds of microtrash.
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Gibraltar Road CleanupSunday, Mar. 5 | 10 am - 1 pm
We are working with the Forest Service, Santa Barbara Rock Gym, UCSB Adventure Club, and other groups to clean up trash sites along Gibraltar Road, and we need your help! . If you're interested in joining the volunteer team, email Bryant or call him at 805-617-4610 ext 3.