Amount Funded: $2,000.00
This project monitors parameters including fish sampling, sedimentation rates, vegetation surveys and water quality measurements. It educates UCSB students and the community through field research and outreach.
For more information, please visit http://coaloilpoint.ucnrs.org/index.html
Amount Funded: $3,350.00
This program brings together environmental filmmakers and media artists working for the preservation of the SB coast. This program communicates the importance of coastal issues to students and community members to take action. Videos are sent to classes around campus, shown on SB channels, and UC television, in environmental film festivals and the internet.
For more information, please visit http://www.cftnm.ucsb.edu/Programs/EMI/Teaching/GS_splash.html
Amount Funded: $5,000.00
Objective of project is to raise public awareness of SB’s unique watersheds and ocean environments and importance of pollution prevention. Two UCSB students work as interns with AFS Green Schools staff at the South Coast Watershed Resource Center (WRC) in development and management of community programming.
For more information, please visit http://www.artfromscrap.org/wrc_index.html
Amount Funded: $6,300.00
COPR maintains group of interns to enhance margins of the Devereux Slough, areas surrounding the dune swale pond and restore sections of the pond trail.
For more information, please visit http://coaloilpoint.ucnrs.org/
Amount Funded: $9,870.00
CCBER will be restoring a 1.5 acre site adjacent to De La Guerra Dinging, on the north shore of the Campus Lagoon, into a freshwater wetland and associated plant communities. 3 UCSB student interns are currently helping to restore the land.
For more information, please visit http://ccber.lifesci.ucsb.edu/
Amount Funded: $3,797.39
Goleta Valley Beautiful, subleases a Greenhouse on University grounds near Coal Oil Point. With the assistance of Developmentally Disable clients and UCSB student interns and volunteers, GVB is growing 2000 native trees and planting an average of 500 trees. UCSB student interns manage the Greenhouse.
For more information, please visit http://www.goletavalleybeautiful.org/Home.asp
Amount Funded: $9,575.00
RCCA trains students in monitoring protocols for key rockey reef indicator species. Students then participate in RCCA’s bi-annual surveys along the Santa Barbara coast and Channel Islands. RCCA is providing UCSB with increased opportunities for immersion learning, field experience, and active engagement in marine management processes in California.
For more information, please visit http://reefcheck.org/default.php
Amount Funded: $7,217.00
The objective is to provide lifeguard service at Campus Point during the busiest days of the summer to enhance the safety of the public. UCSB student interns serve as lifeguards.
Amount Funded: $6,544.50
This project is a study of how predator-predator interactions and temperature impact the ability of two common predator species from local intertidal communities to regulate prey populations. Furthermore, a UCSB student intern is responsible for a majority of testing and individual project explorations.
Amount Funded: $3,528.00
Santa Barbara Channelkeeper requested funding in order to develop an optical brightener sampling methodology for indicator bacteria to provide a relatively inexpensive method to pinpoint the locations of potentially harmful sewage discharges.
For more information, please visit http://www.sbck.org/
Amount funded: $6,000.00
This project is to have SBTC work with City of Goleta to update the recreation element of the Open Space and Habitat Management Plan for Ellwood mesa, undertake rehabilitation to portions of the Bluffs and to interpretative materials designed to mitigate issues relating to the snowy plover and use of the area by dog owners and other users.
For more information, please visit http://www.sbtrails.org/
Amount funded: $3,554.00
This project is an examination of beach groundwater nutrient cycling mechanisms. Furthermore, an undergraduate assistant will work and have the opportunity to become involved with the Santa Barbara Coast LTER project at the Marine Science Institute upon completion.
Amount funded: $580.00
This is a fun run and hike to provide people with the opportunity to go out to the Gaviota Coast and enjoy it.
Amount funded: $990.00
This project is the development of critical summary fact sheets for education and outreach to the campus community including students, staff and faculty, County Board of Supervisors, County Parks, student organizations such as the IV Surfrider Foundation and Environmental Affairs Board, the California Coastal Commission and other decision markers.
Amount funded: $894.00
This project is to study the types and spread of exotic invasive species in harbors of which supported UCSB undergraduate student interns during Summer.