Articles From : jennifergoddardcombs
Village Properties joins Forbes Global Properties, a new luxury real estate marketplace led by the Forbes media brand
A supplies drive organized by the local non-profit Teacher’s Fund has raised $56,000 to help Santa Barbara-area teachers purchase tools and materials for their classrooms.
Local dry cleaners, Ablitt’s, upholds Santa Barbara’s legacy as a pioneer in environmental stewardship
Rotary Club of Montecito gets moving to raise awareness and funds for polio eradication
Community invited to join free World Polio Day virtual event on Oct. 24.
Montecito, California – The Rotary Club of Montecito is joining forces with fellow Rotarians from across the Santa Barbara area to raise awareness and funds to eradicate polio globally.
This month, Montecito Rotary Club members will be biking, hiking and walking on local beaches and trails to increase public awareness and generate money for this important cause, both individually and in group events.
SANTA BARBARA, California – As teachers and students embark on another semester of online learning, the Teacher's Fund hopes to raise $50,000 to support area educators with instruction tools and materials during this unprecedented time.
Estate planning and tax attorney John Ambrecht will share his expertise at two upcoming national professional conferences that have moved online this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Ambrecht, a senior partner at the estate planning and tax specialty law firm Ambrecht & Associates in Montecito, will provide guidance and insights on the latest in estate planning to attorneys across California and beyond during webinar events in April and June.
On this episode of Solutions News we interview Laura Capps, President of Santa Barbara School Board, mother, small business owner, former president of the Community Environmental Council, and Santa Barbara local. Laura is currently running for Santa Barbara County 1st District Supervisor to make local government listen to the people again. Topics she will address will include our severe housing and homeless crisis, the need for better emergency and climate safety infrastructure, an overhaul on campaign finance, and fixing a botched cannabis ordinance.
WHAT: This week’s “Solutions News” live radio broadcast will interview Kristine Schwarz, Founder and owner of Santa Barbara Psychotherapy.
WHEN: 5 to 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, 2020
WHERE: Tune in to KZSB, AM 1290.
On this episode of Solutions News, we welcome Aaron Briner, from the Montecito Fire Department. Aaron has worked for the Montecito Fire Department for over 14 years and is currently a Battalion Chief-Fire Marshal. He is responsible for the District’s new hire and promotional processes and is a Strike Team Leader trainee and one of the Department’s Live Burn and Blue Card Command Instructors.He has been a member of the Training, Equipment, Personnel and Public Education Committees and has performed as an USAR Rescue Manager on Southern California USAR Task Force 12.
On this episode of Solutions News Mitch Ewan from the University of Hawaii, is the guest. For the past 13 years Mitch has been on the staff of the University of Hawaii’s Hawaii Natural Energy Institute As the Hydrogen Systems Program Manager he is helping to develop HNEI’s hydrogen and fuel cell programs. His hydrogen and fuel cell career spans over 28 years. He led the team that designed and built the “Green Car”, the world’s first PEM fuel cell powered automobile.
On this episode of Solutions News, we will talk with David Sansone, an agroforestry and permaculture designer on the Big Island, who also designs educational programs on climate friendly agriculture in Hawaii for the Kohala Center. Inspired by Masanobu Fukuoka's "Natural Farming", he practices a "no-till, no work" strategy, which aims for the least effort to get the most outcome.
On this episode of Solutions News, we address the secrets of success and self-mastery along with our guest Jack Canfield, the esteemed originator of The Chicken Soup for the Soul book series. First with a look at how Americans learned about personal empowerment by learning how to master communication, then with a story on one of the greatest inspirational projects of all time, and finally with some specific tips on how to build better habits.
WHAT: This week’s “Solutions News” live radio broadcast will interview Barry Schoer, Executive Director of the Sanctuary Centers
WHEN: 5 to 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27, 2019
WHERE: Tune in to KZSB, AM 1290.
On this episode of Solutions News, we welcome Dr. Brian Von Herzen, the Executive Director of the Climate Foundation, who’ll be talking with us about marine permaculture and some amazing things he’s developing to help the world. Our topics today are focused on the ocean: first a story about how bacterial microbes “eat” carbon dioxide all while providing a food source for fish and cleaning up industrial waste in the meantime, and another about how man-made artifacts in the oceans are being turned into marine habitats where life is thriving!
WHAT: This week’s “Solutions News” live radio broadcast will interview Kathy Odell, incoming CEO of Women’s Economic Ventures.
WHEN: 5 to 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, 2019
WHERE: Tune in to KZSB AM 1290
On this episode of Solutions News we interview Kathy Odell from Women's Economic Ventures. We are excited to introduce Odell in place of our original guest, Marsha Bailey, current CEO of WEV, who had to drop out due to a last-minute conflict.