"Dedicated to preserving the landmark California Missions and associated historical and cultural resources for the benefit of the public..."
Mission Santa Inés
CMF is working with Mission Santa Inés to acquire a critical retrofit for the mission. This important project will sustain this national historic landmark and its legacy in the Santa Ynez Valley for many years to come. Please click the picture below for more information about this crucial endeavor, to view our brochure, and to find out how you can help sustain California history in the Santa Ynez Valley.
The retrofit project at Mission Santa Inés is long overdue, and will fortify the historic church in hopes of preventing major damage during an earthquake. Work on the current mission church began in 1804, and today forms part of a National Historic Landmark area that also includes surrounding mission buildings and the mission grist mill operated by the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Mission Story
From Missions to Presidios, from Asistencias to Ranchos to Pueblos, learn about this significant chapter in our history.
California Missions Videos
Designed for you to enjoy during these times of limited contact and travel, please click the button below to view the videos. Videos copyrighted by Cultural Global Media (c. 2010). Music provided by our esteemed CMF member Dr. Craig Russell and vocal ensemble Chanticleer. All Rights Reserved.
Before, During, and After the Mission Era.
The All Aboard the Bus applications for school field trip grants are open each year April 1 – September 30.
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El Camino Real de las Californias
A Multi-National Effort to Seek an UNESCO World Heritage Site Nomination.
California Missions Foundation
PO Box 23035
Santa Barbara, CA 93121