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  • Trail Talk: Natural Hazards of Santa Barbara with Ed Keller
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    Trail Talk: Natural Hazards of Santa Barbara with Ed Keller

    Trail Talk: Natural Hazards of Santa Barbara with Ed Keller

    Thursday, February 15th, 6:30PM
    Faulkner Gallery – Santa Barbara Public Library
    40 East Anapamu St., Santa Barbara, CA

    Mudslides, debris flows, and earthquakes are just of some of the natural hazards that are part of Santa Barbara's geologic history. Join UCSB geology professor Ed Keller as he describes the origins and processes at work behind these natural hazards and the marks and evidence they've left on our local landscape over thousands of years.

  • Community Connection and Grief Ritual
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    Community Connection and Grief Ritual

    In response to the times we are in, please join Alexis Slutzky and others for a community gathering, Tending Our Grief – an evening of coming together in song, sharing and simple ritual. This event is co-sponsored by the Mankind Project.

    Yoga Soup - 28 Parker Way, Santa Barbara, California 93101

  • Flood & Fire: Thomas Fire Trail Damage Assessment with Ray Ford
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    Flood & Fire: Thomas Fire Trail Damage Assessment with Ray Ford

    Flood & Fire: Thomas Fire Trail Damage Assessment with Ray Ford

    Thursday, February 8th, 6:30PM
    Faulkner Gallery – Santa Barbara Public Library
    40 East Anapamu St., Santa Barbara, CA

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    Flood & Fire: Thomas Fire Trail Damage Assessment with Ray Ford

    Flood & Fire: Thomas Fire Trail Damage Assessment with Ray Ford

    Thursday, January 18th, 6:30PM
    Faulkner Gallery – Santa Barbara Public Library
    40 East Anapamu St., Santa Barbara, CA

  • Navigating Wilderness Class
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    Navigating Wilderness Class

    Navigating Wilderness
    Saturdays, Oct. 28-Nov. 18

    Learn from local experts how to read the landscape and trails, and become more familiar with the native plants and animals of our area through this immersive class.

    The Santa Barbara and Ojai backcountry offers more than 500,000 acres of designated wilderness and hundreds of miles of trails to explore, and yet often the biggest obstacle to venturing out on the land or going deeper into nature is simply having the skills and confidence to get started.

  • Backpacking and Hiking in the San Rafael Wilderness
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    Backpacking and Hiking in the San Rafael Wilderness

    Backpacking and Hiking in the San Rafael Wilderness
    Free slideshow presentation with Q&A

    Thursday, October 12, 7:30 p.m.
    Santa Ynez Valley Grange
    2374 Alamo Pintado Avenue, Los Olivos, CA

  • Trails of Santa Barbara’s Early Backcountry Rangers
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    Trails of Santa Barbara’s Early Backcountry Rangers

    Trails of Santa Barbara’s Early Backcountry Rangers
    Free Slideshow Presentation with Q&A

    Thursday, October 19th, 6:30PM
    Faulkner Gallery – Santa Barbara Public Library
    40 East Anapamu St., Santa Barbara, CA

    In 1898, the first Forest Reserves were created in our local backcountry and the first rangers began patrolling the trails and mountains behind Santa Barbara. These reserves were later combined to form Los Padres National Forest.

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