Press Room

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Are you looking for what’s happening in the Garden? This section of our website was created for your convenience. For further information, or to request high-resolution images or broadcast quality B-roll, please contact our Communications Manager at 805-690-1132 extension 132.

Please review our recent press releases:

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The World’s Oldest Trees: Journey to California’s White Mountains

June 1, 2012

The World’s Oldest Trees: Journey to California’s White Mountains
Summertime Adventure to the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest and Owens Valley
A unique, expert-guided natural history adventure departing from Santa Barbara on Tuesday, July 31 and returning Friday, August 3.

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Rose & the Nightingale to Perform at Botanic Garden

May 15, 2012

Rose & the Nightingale, a powerhouse quartet of female multi-instrumentalists celebrating the sublimity of gardens through poetry and song, perform a very special benefit concert series, "The Spirit of the Garden" in support of the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. Friday, June 15 at 5:30pm

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Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Announces “Summer Art in the Garden” Installation

May 9, 2012

The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden welcomes the installation of 10 original stained glass-on-glass works created by award-winning Santa Cruz-based artist Kathleen Crocetti
June 15th through Labor Day 2012

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Santa Barbara Botanic Garden Announces EV Charging Station Installed

March 23, 2012

The First EV Charging Station in the County Installed through the EV Project Set to Open This Friday, March 23, 2012 at 10:30am

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Campbell Bridge Rebuild

January 10, 2012

The Garden Reaches Halfway Mark on Historic Campbell Bridge Rebuild
$40,000 More is Needed to Begin Construction on this Vital Structure Lost in Jesusita Fire

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