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On Saturday, nearly fifty volunteers with Santa Barbara Channelkeeper and members of the commercial fishing community worked together at Black Rock Beach in Goleta to dig out and remove forty lobster traps.
On Saturday, May 21, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm, the public is invited to help Channelkeeper’s Watershed Brigade remove derelict lobster traps from Black Rock Beach below More Mesa.
On Thursday, the City of Santa Barbara Harbor Commission voted unanimously to establish a formal process in which the public can participate in an evaluation of the City’s cruise ship program.
Seventeen cruise ships are scheduled to visit Santa Barbara between March and April this year and the Santa Barbara Channelkeeper has relaunched its cruise ship monitoring program.
The Santa Barbara Channelkeeper is seeking volunteers to help keep fire-related contaminants and debris out of local creeks and waterways.
Environmental groups announced a settlement agreement with Southern California Edison to cleanup facilities identified as sources of toxic contaminants that flow into streams, rivers, and other waterways.
A coalition of environmental groups announced a settlement agreement with FEMA to expedite environmental reviews of the impacts of its National Flood Insurance Program on all endangered species in California.
More than 35 volunteers and members of the commercial fishing community removed lobster traps from the sand between Ellwood Beach and Haskell’s Beach on Saturday and filled a 40-foot dumpster with the metal debris.
Santa Barbara Channelkeeper is thrilled to host the 17th annual ocean-inspired Student Art Show, "What the Channel Means to Me." Please join us for the opening exhibit, public reception, and awards ceremony on Thursday, March 5th (1st Thursday) from 5-8 pm at the Jodi House Gallery at 625 Chapala Street in Santa Barbara. The award ceremony will take place at 6:30 pm.
Santa Barbara Channelkeeper will celebrate 20 years of clean water and community impact at the 20th Annual Blue Water Ball, on Saturday, March 14, 2020, at Deckers' Headquarters in Goleta.
This year will be extra special as we bring together a community of surfers, sailors, scientists, and water-loving individuals to commemorate two decades of environmental impact and accomplishments.