A program of the Lawrence Hall of Science that seeks to increase ocean literacy through informal and formal education initiatives
Marine Activities, Resources & Education

Save The Bay’s Community-Based Restoration (CBR) Programs gives your class an opportunity to participate in hands-on restoration of San Francisco Bay habitats. While they're getting their hands dirty, students will learn about the ecology of wetland habitats, the role of native plants in a healthy ecosystem, and the current issues affecting the health of the Bay.

Save The Bay offers restoration programs at sites all around the Bay:
*Bair Island in Redwood City
*Eden Landing in Hayward
*Marin Islands National Wildlife Refuge and State Ecological Preserve
*Martin Luther King, Jr. Shoreline in Oakland
*San Francisquito Creek in Palo Alto
*Santa Venetia Marsh in San Rafael
*Schoolhouse Creek in Berkeley
*Tolay Creek in Sonoma

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Alicia Moore
(510) 452-9261
(510) 452-9266
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