The Los Padres National Forest is California’s second largest national forest, extending nearly 220 miles across the scenic Coast and Transverse Ranges.
Rising from the Pacific Ocean to over 8,800 feet in elevation, the forest provides habitat for 468 species of wildlife including the California condor and the southern steelhead.
Threats to our national forest vary but the public has an opportunity to work with the U.S. Congress to protect our last remaining wild places. Our coalition is working to protect these areas by passing wilderness and wild and scenic river legislation.
Local organizations and citizens from Santa Barbara to Ojai are working diligently to build public support for this effort. We want to hear from you on our proposals. Feel free to submit your letters of support or your comments using our webform here.