To commemorate the program’s first anniversary, we reflect on how our BIPOC Youth Science Program focuses on building lasting community health, safety, and financial security to help heal the effects of environmental racism and injustice.
We reflect on our participation in Latino Conservation Week this past summer and celebrate Latino Heritage Month by highlighting the people and organizations working to better our communities.
We created and designed five culturally relevant, bilingual, interpretive, and community-focused educational signs for the future Beyer Community Park in San Ysidro, California.
Sixth-grade Project SWELL students recently presented their final projects calling for water conservation measures in San Diego at an annual county-wide science innovation showcase.
We are teaming up with California State Parks and Parks California to help make our beaches more affordable and accessible for everyone! Take the survey and win a two-hour private boat tour with the San Diego Waterkeeper, Matt O’Malley.
Outdoor advocates and environmental leaders came together for a community bike tour reflecting on the decades of environmental justice in the Tijuana River Watershed.
On Tuesday afternoons throughout April, our advocacy and outreach teams connected with our communities and reflected on our relationship with water in our region. With support from Hunter Industries and Pure Project Balboa Park, we celebrated Earth Month with a series of educational happy hours exploring our waters’ past, present, and future.
Meet Beach Cleanup Intern Anna Cilley and read about her first time hosting a beach cleanup in Mission Beach with San Diego Coastkeeper’s marine program.
On Thursday, February 17, the City of San Diego’s Stormwater Department gave an update on their work developing a long-term funding strategy for stormwater at the Environment Committee meeting. This update shared favorable polling data and reiterated the enormous need for a ballot measure to create a dedicated funding source for clean water.
Each year, hundreds of visitors repeatedly touch, pet, take selfies with, pick up, and disturb California sea lions at Boomer’s Beach and Point La Jolla in San Diego. San Diego Coastkeeper’s advocacy team recently submitted a letter to the Mayor of San Diego and the City Council urgently requesting that the City of San Diego take immediate action to curb the frequent, illegal harassment and disturbance of these animals.