Support comes from Southwest Airlines, offering new nonstop flights from the Santa Barbara Airport to Denver, Las Vegas, and Oakland. Learn more only at Southwest dot com. 

Support for KCBX comes from 3-C-E, Central Coast Community Energy, introducing Electrify Your Ride, an electric vehicle incentive program to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Learn more at Three C Energy dot org.

Support comes from Pacific Energy Company in San Luis Obispo since 1980,  featuring grid and off-grid solar electric systems, including battery-based and roof, pole or ground mount systems. Learn more at Alter Your Energy dot com.

Support for KCBX comes from Pacific Energy Company in San Luis Obispo since 1980, featuring outdoor gas fire pits, tables, and fireplaces to warm your outdoor space on chilly nights.   Learn more at Alter Your Energy dot com.

Support comes from CASA.  They recruit, train and supervise volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children within the court system in San Luis Obispo County. Learn more at S L O C A S A dot org.

Support comes from CASA.  During National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 18th to 24th, CASA renews its commitment to serving the most vulnerable, abused and neglected children of San Luis Obispo County.  Learn more at S L O C A S A dot org.

Support comes from SLG Senior Care, a private company helping families find assisted living, memory care and board and care facilities in San Luis Obispo County. The service is paid for by the facilities in the SLG network. Learn more at S L G Senior Care dot com.

Support comes from Peace Talks SLO, a collaborative divorce and child custody mediation practice for all your family law needs. To learn more, you can email Peace Talks SLO @ gmail dot com. Empowering families and building peace one family at a time.

Support comes from SESLOC, bringing you a “Money Management Minute.” Do you know some sales are designed with psychological tricks to compel us to shop and buy? It’s easy to get caught up in the game of saving a dollar. It’s better to stop and think. Learn more at https://news.sesloc.org/money-management-minute/

Support comes from Mission Physical Therapy Group, essential health care providers offering in-person or virtual appointments, and a personalized approach to your health and well being.  Learn more at Mission Physical Therapy . com.

Support comes from Eckerd Connects and America's Job Center of California. They can help you advance your career in a local labor market changed by COVID. Learn more at Eckerd dot org slash SLO - that's E-C-K-E-R-D dot org slash SLO.

Support comes from The Dunes Alliance, a group of twelve community and environmental organizations. They want to keep you informed about changes on the horizon for Oceano Dunes, Oso Flaco Lake, and Pismo State Beach. Learn more at People for the Dunes dot ORG.

Support comes from Cal Poly Extended Education. They offer a broad selection of programs for adults, such as Cal Poly AWS cloud training courses, designed to upskill and reskill California’s workforce. Learn more at Extended dot Cal Poly dot E D U.

Support comes from the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, featuring its Nonstop Service health and safety program. From increased cleaning to restoring airline routes, SBP is committed to safety, health, and convenience. Learn more at S-L-O Airport dot com.

Support for KCBX comes from the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport. The airport has earned an international accreditation for its cleaning and safety program, and is ready to serve you when you’re ready to travel. Learn more by visiting S-L-O Airport dot com.

Support comes from Culligan, your Central Coast water experts. Their soft water service can transform your home’s water from the shower to the laundry room, and reduce problems associated with hard water. Learn more about Culligan Portable Exchange Service and local water solutions at E Culligan dot com.

Support comes from Wilshire Community Services. They are looking for volunteer drivers and friendly callers to support isolated and homebound older adults in San Luis Obispo county. Learn more at Wilshire community services dot org.

Support comes from Wilshire Hospice. They are looking for caring individuals to volunteer, providing companionship, respite or errand support for patients and their families. Online training is available this October. Learn more at Wilshire Hospice dot org. 

Support is provided by Radovich Mediation Group, now offering remote video conferencing so that you can attend mediation sessions without having to be physically present.  Learn more at Radovich.com.  Problems Solved.

Support comes from Cal Fire, reminding you of three things that help protect homes from wildfire:  clear vegetation from roofs and gutters, cut grasses to four inches or less, and maintain one-hundred feet of defensible space. Learn more at ready for wildfire dot org.

Support comes from Cal Fire, reminding you that debris-burning is only legal in certain areas, a burn permit may be required, and burning is restricted to designated days, regardless of whether or not it has rained. Learn more at Ready for wildfire dot org.

Support for KCBX comes from Wilson and Company Sotheby's International Realty.  The service you expect from Sotheby's, at every price range.  Serving the central coast since 1997.  Your best life begins with a home that inspires you.  Wilsons R I dot com.

Support for KCBX comes from Hospice of San Luis Obispo County, offering confidential and professional grief counseling to anyone coping with a life-threatening illness or the death of a loved one.  Learn more at HospiceSLO.org

Support for KCBX comes from Water Wise City of Santa Barbara, encouraging community members to learn about sustainable landscape practices by participating in the Green Gardener Program.  Learn more at Green Gardener dot ORG.

Support comes from the San Luis Obispo Classical Academy, providing a liberal arts education with hands-on math and science. They are offering in-person and distance learning this year for preschool through high school and infant care.  Learn more at SLO Classical dot org.

Support for KCBX comes from Merry Maids of San Luis Obispo.  Merry Maids can do the dirty work of cleaning your home.  Information available at (805) 542-9400.

Support for KCBX comes from The Plant Lady--providing interior plants and service to Central Coast Businesses for over 25 years. For more information the number is (805) 541-2411 OR plant lady s-l-o dot com.

Thanks to the Avila Beach Foundation for supporting the operation and maintenance of our Avila Beach Transmitter at 90.9 FM.  Learn more at Avila Beach Foundation . org.

Support comes from Ultrex, a Central Coast copier company.  Ultrex owner Grant Berkefeld is a supporter of KCBX, who invites you to call him for all your copier needs at 805-783-1234.  Learn more at Ultrex.net.

Support for KCBX comes from SLO five one one.org, offering on-line commuter information services including the latest traffic and road conditions, public transportation, and commute costs calculators.  Know before you go at SLO five one one.org*.

Support comes from SEMMES & COMPANY BUILDERS, building award-winning custom homes and green remodels for the Central Coast since 1978.  You can see their portfolio of sustainable homes at S-E-M-M-E-S-C-O dot com.

Support comes from Sage Ecological Landscapes, helping you professionally retrofit your landscape to be water wise and California-friendly, as you enjoy your outdoor environment.  Learn more at Sage Landscapes . net or (805) 574-0777.

Support for KCBX is provided by Madrone Landscapes, designing, building and maintaining sustainable landscapes for the Central Coast for over four decades. Learn more at madrone landscapes.com.