In partnership with the Back Bay Science Center, Orange County Coastkeeper staff leads high school environmental science students on a “Marine Life Inventory” field trip. Participants learn about the wildlife that inhabits Newport Bay through hands-on activities like trawling, mud sampling, and seine fishing.
In a world…where pollution threatens our fragile ecosystems…YOU have the power to help clean up our waterways and coastline! Watch this short Coastal Cleanup Day recap video created by our creative media production intern, Brianna Muldong!
What is a Marine Protected Area? How are California’s MPAs all connected? What is Orange County Coastkeeper doing to help our MPAs thrive? What is MPA Watch?
All these questions and more are answered in this four-minute interview with lifelong coastal champion and Laguna Beach native Wendy Berube.
Did you know that a single adult Olympia oyster can filter up to 50 gallons of water a day? Unfortunately, the population of native Olympia oysters along the California coast is a fraction of what it once was.
With the help of the World Surf League and Shiseido, Orange County Coastkeeper is working to restore native oysters in Southern California. Watch this video to learn more!
Take a dive into Coastkeeper’s operations!
This in-depth video offers a programmatic overview of Orange County Coastkeeper as well as some key victories from 2022.