Resources for distance learners

Are you a teacher looking for water and climate curriculum to share with your students, a parent navigating distance learning with their child, or a student looking to connect with a local expert to help with a school project? We can help with that.

The Waves Can Wait

By order of the County of San Diego Public Health Officer, boating for recreational purposes, water sports, or swimming, are prohibited on or in public waterways and at beaches until further notice. We are sure you miss the waves as much as we do, but we know you’ll do your part to slow the spread by staying home.

the voice for San Diego’s  Waters

How We Make A Difference

San Diego Coastkeeper believes a strategic combination of science, advocacy, education, and community engagement is the most effective way to address existing and emerging water-related issues. Select a program below to learn more about each element of our multi-pronged approach to protecting San Diego’s rivers, streams, and coastline.

Science

Using water monitoring and scientific inquiry to inform all our programs.

Community Beach Cleanups

Empowering the community, one cleanup participant and intern at a time.

Education

Providing San Diego’s youngest generation with hyper-local water education.

Advocacy

Standing up for San Diego’s rivers, streams, and coastline.

Outreach and Events

Coordinating cleanups, leading conservation bike rides, and more.

Membership

Connecting environmental advocates, community leaders, and motivated citizens.

You’ve got questions, we’ve got blog posts.

From the latest in statewide conservation policy to in-depth looks at the relationship between water and energy, the Coastkeeper blog is full of useful, timely information for the curious mind.

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San Diego Water Quality Map

Urban runoff following rains, sewage spills, and other factors commonly influence coastal water quality in San Diego County. Planning to head out to surf or swim today? Check the beach water quality map for current closures and advisories. In the meantime, we’re working hard to protect San Diego’s water quality so that these closures happen less and less frequently, because we believe clean water is a fundamental right shared by both humans and the environment.

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