Continual updates on decisions coming out of Washington that impact your public lands.
ForestWatch and conservation partners file opening arguments in case against oil expansion in Santa Paula Canyon.
Study finds only 101 black bears in SLO County, much lower than previous estimates.
Process begins to designate wildlife corridors that link the Los Padres National Forest with other public lands.
Nearly 20 volunteers spend their Saturday morning removing trash from Santa Paula Canyon!
Federal agency overseeing Santa Felicia Dam approves plan to facilitate forest trail access that includes steep fees.
A look back at some of the big things that happened in 2016!
Forest Service indefinitely halts plan to lease 52,000 acres of the Los Padres National Forest to the oil industry.
Forest Service agrees to remove 7 miles of road from being authorized in new grazing allotment plan.
Lawsuit filed to protect the Refugio manzanita from a massive, unnecessary fuel break planned by the Forest Service.
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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.