The mission of Orange County Coastkeeper is to protect and promote water resources that are swimmable, drinkable, fishable, and sustainable.

Recent News

Thank you Eelgrass Restoration Volunteers!


A huge thank you to the 64 volunteers who helped plant 11,000 shoots of eelgrass over 350 square meters in Upper Newport Bay! Our dockside volunteers got their hands muddy creating 750 eelgrass bundles that were replanted by our volunteer divers.  More pictures here.

If you missed this event, join our email list to learn about future volunteer opportunities, including more eelgrass restoration in the spring of 2015.

Join Coastkeeper in celebrating our 15th Anniversary!

This year, Coastkeeper will be celebrating 15 years of protecting Orange County's precious water resources with Toast the Coast, an event to raise awareness and funds for our mission and to recognize the community leaders and volunteers who have made meaningful contributions to clean water throughout the region.  Join us at the stunning Resort at Pelican Hill on Wednesday, September 24th for wine, hors d'oeuvres, music, and an auction. 

Learn more, purchase tickets, or become a sponsor here.

Check out photos from the 2014 Kids Ocean Day event! 

Kids Ocean Day provides an opportunity for children from across Orange County to experience the beauty of our ocean first hand and learn ways to help protect it from pollution. On June 3, over 1,200 elementary school students came together to remove litter at Huntington State Beach that would have otherwise polluted the ocean. 

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