Bring your lunch and get to know your local Land Trust! We will be featuring a variety of speakers and topics on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 12:30-1:30 pm. Free and open to the public, 1528 Chapala Street, 3rd Floor Conference Room. Contact the office to reserve your seat as space is limited: (805) 966-4520 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the Land Trust and Dr. Cristina Sandoval, Director of the Coal Oil Point Reserve to learn about snowy plover conservation.
One of the best remaining examples of a coastal-strand environment in Southern California, the Coal Oil Point Natural Reserve protects a wide variety of coastal and estuarine habitats. Largely undisturbed coastal dunes support a rich assemblage of dune vegetation and rare wildlife, including the dune spider, the globose dune beetle and the threatened Western Snowy Plover.