Protect Gaviota Coast Public Access

We have good news. In response to overwhelming public support, the Santa Barbara County Planning Commission has agreed to study a near-shore location for the California Coastal Trail on the Gaviota Coast. However, only part of the job is done. Without inclusion of strong policies, regulations and incentives in the draft Gaviota Plan, the dream of a 20-mile-long near-shore trail along the Gaviota...
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October 24th Presentation: California Coastal Trail

The Ellwood and Gaviota Coast Join us on Wednesday October 24th from 7pm to 8:30pm for a presentation and panel discussion on the California Coast Trail (CCT) in Santa Barbara County. The future of public access to and along the Ellwood-Gaviota Coast will be discussed by local experts from the Santa Barbara Trails Council, The Gaviota Coast Conservancy and the County Riding and Hiking Trails...
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Upcoming Events

The Trails Council Calendar provides information about upcoming events as well as our schedule of ExComm and Board meetings. You are welcome to join us at any of our regularly scheduled meetings. Currently we meet at the offices of Tynan Investments at 121 Gray Avenue in downtown Santa Barbara on the third floor. march, 2017 Sort Options Sort By: date Da
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CA Coastal Trail Galleries

SBTC is actively involved in securing access for the public to portions of the CA Coastal Trail in Goleta and along the Gaviota coast. Much of the coastline is help privately but as development occurs on these properties we are working closely with other local non-profit organizations to establish easements along the coastal bluff top.  
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Coastal Trail Along the Gaviota Bluff

Stretching for over 30 miles of Santa Barbara County’s South Coast, the Gaviota Coast is one of the most pristine segments of coastline in Southern California. The Gaviota Coast supports three State Park Beach Campgrounds: El Capitan, Refugio and Gaviota, thousands of acres of state park wilderness and over 15,000 acres of Los Padres National Forest. Tens of thousands of acres of privately...
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Long-Time Forest Service Trails Advocate Kerry Kellogg to Receive Trails Council Lifetime Achievement Award

Reception to Honor 35 Years of Distinguished Service on Behalf of our Local Trails. Contact: Ray Ford (805) 886-5776 / ray@nullsbtrails.org The Santa Barbara County Trails Council (SBTC) will be holding its Annual Meeting at the Faulkner Galley in the Santa Barbara Public Library on Wednesday March 14 from 6:30 to...
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