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Santa Cruz Island Habitat Restoration


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Santa Cruz Island Habitat Restoration


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Channel Islands Restoration has been working on Santa Cruz Island since our inception in 2000. After proving our worth, and we helped organize the Santa Cruz Island Native Plant Restoration Project in 2002. Under this project, we successfully removed more than 30,000 invasive trees, worked directly to project several species of endangered plants and brought hundreds of volunteers to the island to help in this critical work. CIR works/has worked with the following partners on these projects:

  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Santa Barbara County Weed Management Area
  • UC Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Island Reserve
  • U.S. Geological Survey
  • Channel Islands National Park
  • Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
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Eucalyptus Removal


Eucalyptus Removal


 
 
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Diablo Peak Trail Restoration


Diablo Peak Trail Restoration


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Prisoner's Harbor


Prisoner's Harbor


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Pelican Bay


Pelican Bay


 

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Scorpion Harbor


Scorpion Harbor