Santa Barbara County

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Rock Front Ranch

The Rock Front Ranch stands as the western gateway to the Cuyama Valley. The ranch provides a critical wildlife corridor for animals needing to reach larger conserved territories in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Ventura Counties. The land preserved includes a wildlife underpass connecting the Los Padres National Forest and the Cuyama Valley, which allows passage between them without animals having to cross busy Highway 166 that cuts through the region.

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San Lucas Ranch

San Lucas Ranch Santa Barbara County Santa Barbara County Historic Ranch Conserved Forever The San Lucas Ranch, located in Santa Barbara County, will forever remain a working cattle ranch as the result of a conservation easement agreement placed on December 27, 2007, between the owners of the ranch and California

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Rancho San Lorenzo

Rancho San Lorenzo Santa Barbara County Santa Barbara County Ranch & Endangered Species Habitat Conserved Forever The San Lorenzo Ranch, located in Santa Barbara County, will forever remain a working cattle ranch and critical habitat for the California Tiger Salamander, an endangered species, as the result of a conservation easement

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Hanson Ranch

Hanson Ranch Santa Barbara County Landowners Desire to Keep the Property Whole and in Cattle Ranching The Hanson ranch encompanses 14,032 acres of gently rolling hills and valleys between steep canyons covered with grasses. The easement protects critical habitat for the California red-legged frog and several bird species including the

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El Chorro Ranch

El Chorro Ranch Santa Barbara County Preserving the Heart of One of California Central Coast’s Most Scenic & Historic Valleys In March 2006, the Isaacson Family, California Rangeland Trust and the Wildlife Conservation Board secured a conservation easement on the 817-acre El Chorro Ranch. The conservation easement fulfills the desire

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