Legal Settlement Requires U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Review 1987 Policy Prohibiting Threatened Southern Sea Otters From Their Native Southern California Habitat
Santa Barbara County Action Network Challenges Lompoc General Plan Update Opening Door to Large-Scale Urban Development of Prime Agricultural Land on City’s Western Boundary
Hearings in Oxnard and LA Provide Public With Opportunity to Speak Out for Whales
A bike ride to benefit the Environmental Defense Center and explore iconic natural places EDC has helped protect.
Viable sustainable agriculture is key to the economic and environmental sustainability of the Central Coast, but there is a dark side to farming: our streams and drinking water are polluted by run-off containing fertilizers, pesticides and excess sediment.
Court holds that government has duty to decide whether southern California “no otter zone” should be abolished.
We are very surprised and disappointed to learn that the Governor has withdrawn his support for the Tranquillon Ridge Plan, which would have ended existing oil drilling operations offshore Santa Barbara County.