In this 805 Focus interview, Ted Morton highlights Channelkeeper’s community education and water quality monitoring programs, as well as its political advocacy and energetic corps of volunteers.
Santa Barbara’s Campus Point MPA
Did you know that one of California’s most precious underwater parks sits right next UCSB? This video highlights our very own Campus Point Marine Protected Area. So much to see […]
Naples State Marine Conservation Area and the Plains All American Pipeline Spill
Channelkeeper Ambassador Christian Beamish & the Cormorant
Channelkeeper Executive Director Kira Redmond’s interview on TV Santa Barbara
Free Diving in Campus Point MPA
Check out this video of our friend Joe O’Brien free diving in Campus Point MPA with amazing water clarity.
Channelkeeper Negotiating With the City Over Sewer Spills
KEYT gets an update from Channelkeeper Executive Director Kira Redmond on sewage spills in Santa Barbara.
Five stories highlighting the impact of Channelkeeper and our waterways on the local community. Premiered at the 14th Annual Blue Water Ball on April 5, 2014 at Montecito Country Club.
Dr. Wallace J. Nichols at the 2014 Blue Water Ball
J. Nichols delivers a powerful keynote address on the emotional and cognitive benefits of healthy water.
TVSB King Tides Segment
Program Associate Jenna Driscoll on TV Santa Barbara (TVSB) explaining King Tides and why they are being monitored. Go to 5:15.
Channel Islands Cleanup Day 1-15-14
Santa Cruz Island cleanup trip organized by SB Channelkeeper, SB Adventure Company, and Island Packers with many local groups contributing volunteers.
How do you MPA?
Come play in California’s 124 Marine Protected Areas
At Santa Barbara Channelkeeper, we use science, education, advocacy, and the law to stand up for clean water.
Watchdog Diaries – 2
Ventura River Trash Epidemic
Watchdog Diaries – 1
Horses and Oil with introduction to Watchdog Diaries Series
History of Waterkeeper Movement
Waterkeeper Alliance is among the world’s fastest growing grassroots environmental movement, with 200 local Waterkeeper organizations patrolling and protecting more than 1.5 million square miles of watersheds.
NPS: SB Channelkeeper
SB TV Nonprofit Spotlight highlighting SBCK’s work