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Santa Barbara Channelkeeper

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State officials estimate as much as 2 million cubic yards of fire and mudslide debris still need to be removed from Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.

Is the mudslide sediment safe for our ocean?

State officials estimate as much as 2 million cubic yards of fire and mudslide debris still need to be removed from Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.

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