Supes Allot CREF Funds

The supervisors voted to award $681,857 in Coastal Resource Enhancement Fund (CREF) grants across 12 projects: Andrée Clark Bird Refuge/Zoo Wetlands, Maritime Museum’s Wall Upgrade, Sea Center’s Coastal Immersion Zone, Santa Cruz Island Habitat Restoration, Goleta Slough Hydrologic Modeling Study, Explore Tide Pools with Care Interpretative Signs, Ellwood Mesa Coastal Trail and Habitat Restoration, Rancho Guacamole Fish Passage Restoration, Jalama Beach Restroom Replacements, Cabrillo High School Aquarium, Dunes Center’s Heritage Exhibit, and Pelagic Bird Care Equipment Purchase.

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