Press

Last summer Growing Solutions' co-founder Karen Flagg volunteered as an instructor with the UCSB Smithsonian Scholars Program for a fun and highly productive field trip out to Santa Cruz Island. Over 25 students and instructors made full use of the UC field station to learn about the incredible biodiversity across the 22-mile long island. The Scholars program provides multidisciplinary research opportunities in biodiversity conservation to first generation, low-income, and/or underrepresented minority undergraduate students from UC Santa Barbara and local community colleges. To see a slideshow click on the image below. For more information on the Scholars program click to here.

 2017 UCSB Smithsonian Scholars Santa Cruz Island Trip (Click on image for slideshow).

2017 UCSB Smithsonian Scholars Santa Cruz Island Trip (Click on image for slideshow).

 Portables are gone and bio remediation begins. See the Santa Barbara City College Channels article explaining how our students are going to rebuild this soil.     College starting ground project on Chumash heritage site

Portables are gone and bio remediation begins. See the Santa Barbara City College Channels article explaining how our students are going to rebuild this soil. 

College starting ground project on Chumash heritage site

  Horticulture students restore Santa Barbara Island habitats    see entire article at Santa Barbara City College Channels Newspaper

Horticulture students restore Santa Barbara Island habitats 

see entire article at Santa Barbara City College Channels Newspaper


Malibu

Don Hartley  and Suzanne Goode are interviewed by Bob Purvey regarding Malibu Lagoon Restoration Project  They discuss plants, birds and newly discovered discharge pipes. October 24, 2012

 

Interview with Growing Solutions Solutions co-founders' Karen Flagg and Don Hartley from "Peak Moment TV".

 

  Growing Solutions special insert in The Santa Barbara Independent.

Growing Solutions special insert in The Santa Barbara Independent.

  From Santa Barbara Magazine, Feb/March 2010

From Santa Barbara Magazine, Feb/March 2010

  From Horticulture Magazine, May 2007    

From Horticulture Magazine, May 2007