ForestWatch and others seek to halt expansion of oil drilling across 52,000 acres of forest land.
Cash-strapped Forest Service to transfer 52 camps, day use areas, and trailheads to a private management company.
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.
Bureau of Land Management failed to consider threats of fracking to air, water and wildlife
Legislation Announced to Benefit Wilderness, Watersheds, and Recreation in the Los Padres and Carrizo Plain
Nearly 250,000 acres of wilderness could be added.
The U.S. Forest Service is now reevaluating seven roadless areas to recommend as wilderness.
Volunteers clear invasives from USFS Ranger Station grounds and adjacent wetland
Los Padres ForestWatch submits request to help protect threatened butterfly
ForestWatch volunteers clean-up Alamo Mountain shooting area
ForestWatch Praises Bill to Protect More Than 300,000 Acres of Public Land and 158 Miles of Wild & Scenic Rivers Along California’s Central Coast
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Gibraltar Road CleanupSunday, Feb. 26 | 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.