Trails Council Receives $35K CREF Grant

December 2014. Ellwood Mesa Coastal Trail and Habitat Restoration Project will be partially financed by the County of Santa Barbara's Coastal Resource Enhancement Fund (CREF), a partial mitigation of impacts from the following offshore oil and gas projects: Point Arguello, Point Pedernales, and Santa Ynez Unit. The CREF funds will provide bridge funding to help complete final planning for the...
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Coastal Fund Provides Grant for Ellwood Mesa Project

January 2014. Ellwood Mesa Coastal Trail and Habitat Restoration Project will be partially financed by a $9220 UCSB Associated Students' Coastal Fund Grant. The funds will provide bridge funding to help complete final planning for the Ellwood Mesa Coastal Trail Enhancement and Habitat Restoration Project on the Ellwood Mesa in the City of Goleta. The Coastal Fund grant will be used to complete...
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Coastal Fund at UCSB Funds Gaviota Coastal Trail and Access Study

February 2013. The Coastal Fund at UCSB provided Trails Council with $8,000 to partially fund Gaviota Coastal Trail and Access Study. The objectives of the Gaviota Coastal Trail and Access Study are to provide a single objective and accessible source of information about existing coastal access on the 20 miles of the Gaviota Coast between the City of Goleta and Gaviota State Park. In our report...
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Goleta Valley Land Trust OKs Additional Funds for Baron Ridge Trail

January 2013. Goleta Valley Land Trust provides $15,000 grant for review of the environmental analysis documentation the Baron Ridge Trail. The review will be conducted by US Forest Service Staff. Construction could begin in spring 2015.
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Goleta Valley Land Trust Provides Grant for Ellwood Mesa Trail Planning

March 2012. Goleta Valley Land Trust provides $50,000 grant for the planning and permitting of the Ellwood Mesa Coastal Trail and Habitat Restoration Project.
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California Coastal Conservancy Funds Ellwood Mesa Planning Project

July 2012. The project will prepare design, engineering, environmental compliance and permit application documents for the construction of accessway improvements and a blufftop segment of the California Coastal Trail for public access to and along the Ellwood Mesa in southern Santa Barbara County. In support of the project, the California Coastal Conservancy has issued an award of $100,000.
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