Wandering the King Tides

Kendall Frost Marsh 2055 Pacific Beach Drive, San Diego, CA

Join us on Friday, January 12th, 2024 from 8:00 am to 10:00am for Wandering the King Tides, a community science event, at Kendall-Frost Marsh.

In addition to being awe-inspiring, the King Tides are give us a unique look at the marsh. At Wandering the King Tides, you'll get an overview of sea level rise, the birds that rely on disappearing marsh habitat, and tools for documenting and reporting King Tides.

Register to attend at the link below. We can't wait to see you there!

Free

BEACH CLEANUP – Moonlight Beach

Moonlight Beach, Encinitas 400 B St, Encinitas, CA

The Surfrider Foundation, San Diego Chapter hosts a beach and street cleanup at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas. Meet near the restrooms. Registration and event information

BEACH CLEANUP – Imperial Beach

Imperial Beach Imperial Beach, CA

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BEACH CLEANUP – Tamarack Beach

Tamarack Beach Tower 34, Carlsbad, CA

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BEACH CLEANUP – Oceanside Pier

Oceanside Pier 301 The Strand N, Oceanside, CA

The Surfrider Foundation, San Diego Chapter, hosts a beach and street cleanup at Oceanside Pier. Meet at Lifeguard Tower 8, near the corner of Breakwater

BEACH CLEANUP – Ocean Beach Pier

Ocean Beach Pier 1850 Ocean Front Street, San Diego, CA

The Surfrider Foundation, San Diego Chapter, hosts a beach cleanup at Ocean Beach Pier.  Meet at Ocean Beach Veterans’ Plaza, south of the lifeguard tower.

Love Your Wetlands Day

Kendall Frost Marsh 2055 Pacific Beach Drive, San Diego, CA

Love Your Wetlands Day is an opportunity to explore UC San Diego’s protected Kendall-Frost Marsh Reserve in Mission Bay while also learning about the importance of coastal wetlands, the climate threats they face, and the ways local communities are working to restore and protect them.

Free