Ocean Meadows aerial photo
Solitary Sandpiper & Greater Yellowlegs
Ocean Meadows aerial photo
Black Phoebe
planting volunteers holding up t-shirts

The North Campus Open Space (NCOS) Restoration Project, on the former Ocean Meadows Golf course and adjacent open space, restores the upper arms of Devereux Slough with funding from partner agencies. Restoration of the estuary and natural flood plain will support a diversity of birds, fish and wildlife, absorb flood waters, and be adaptive to impacts associated with climate change. Over 2.5 miles of trails will provide scenic views and connectivity to the California Coastal Trail. The project site will be closed through May 2018 for construction and restoration led by UCSB’s Cheadle Center for Biodiversity & Ecological Restoration (CCBER).

 

News & Announcements

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December 2017

Project Updates - It's a most wonderful time of year at NCOS, with loads of fun educational and planting activities, and bridge building as well.
Feature Story - Read about rare and unique vernal pools, one of the important endangered habitats in California that we're helping to restore at NCOS.
Plus - This is our last newsletter for 2017! The NCOS restoration project has been an incredible journey so far, and we have enjoyed sharing the exciting progress with you. We look forward to sharing more photos and stories with you in 2018. Best wishes for the holiday season and beyond!

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QuickLinks

Final Restoration Plan (37 MB)
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North Campus Open Space Restoration Project Detailed Project Program (DPP)