Chuck Graham

Our Annual Blue & Green Outdoor Adventure Guide

The Santa Barbara Independent Explores the Sea, Shore, and Sandstone

The Santa Barbara Independent‘s dedicated crew of outdoor-minded editors and writers are too busy chasing down the next adventure to keep track of how many Blue & Green issues there have been over the years. But we’ve certainly eclipsed the 15-year mark, and are approaching 20 with the same original goal in mind: to tell invigorating stories of the great outdoors, in hopes of spurring you readers into doing the same. So read on, then go outside.

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