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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Gaviota Coast Conservancy

Goleta, CA

Gaviota Coast Conservancy

The Gaviota Coast Conservancy is dedicated to protecting and preserving the rural character and environmental integrity of the Gaviota coast.

Common Vision

Ukiah, CA

Common Vision

Common Vision is empowering the next generation of environmental stewards by growing fruit trees in low-income schools, planting and caring for sustainable orchards with students while they learn how to better their community and eat fruit straight from the tree.

Center for Regenerative Agriculture

Ojai, CA

Center for Regenerative Agriculture

The Center for Regenerative Agriculture promotes all aspects of regenerative agriculture, using model projects to educate students, homeowners, ranchers and farmers about biologically based food-growing strategies.

Environmental Defense Center

Santa Barbara, CA

Environmental Defense Center

The Environmental Defense Center protects and enhances the environment of California’s south central coast through education, advocacy and legal services.

Citizens for Responsible Oil and Gas (CFROG)

Ojai, CA

Citizens for Responsible Oil and Gas (CFROG)

CFROG is an environmental watchdog organization based in Ventura County, CA, which defends communities and wild places from the impacts of oil and gas extraction. We focus on public health, environmental justice, watersheds, airsheds, and the ocean, all as connected priorities.

Los Padres ForestWatch

Santa Barbara, CA

Los Padres ForestWatch

Los Padres ForestWatch uses legal advocacy, scientific collaboration, community outreach and volunteerism to protect and restore the natural and cultural heritage of the Los Padres National Forest.

Once Upon a Watershed

Ojai, CA

Once Upon a Watershed

Once Upon a Watershed seeks to awaken wonder, appreciation, discovery and connection with the natural world through hands-on watershed education, restoration and stewardship experiences.

California Institute of Environmental Studies

Ventura, CA

California Institute of Environmental Studies

This organization specializes in seabird ecology and is dedicated to promoting the conservation of natural resources.

Concerned Resources & Environmental Workers – The CREW

Ojai, CA

Concerned Resources & Environmental Workers – The CREW

The C.R.E.W. provides leadership and paid employment to local youth working to preserve and improve wildlands, protect communities against wildfire and help with fire recovery.

Ventura County Farm to School

Ventura, CA

Ventura County Farm to School

Ventura County Farm to School is schools, farmers and communities working together to build a sustainable local food system and bring healthy school food, nutrition education and agricultural literacy to schoolchildren throughout Ventura County.

Ojai Valley Land Conservancy

Ojai, CA

Ojai Valley Land Conservancy

The Ojai Valley Land Conservancy works with partners to permanently protect the open space, natural scenic beauty, wildlife, habitat and watershed of the Ojai Valley.

Make an Impact

Why Does Our Region Burn? How We Can Prepare for the Inevitable — Los Padres ForestWatch

Event from Los Padres ForestWatch

Buellton, CA, United States

Why Does Our Region Burn? How We Can Prepare for the Inevitable

Los Padres ForestWatch

Why is the Central Coast prone to wildfires? What is natural for our ecosystem and how are humans changing this? How can we best prepare our communities to avoid disaster? These are some of the questions Bryant Baker, Conservation Director with Los Padres ForestWatch will answer as he presents the

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