Posts with the category ‘Underwater Parks’


Ocean Advocates Convene at the Capitol

Last week, CCKA teamed up with environmental and labor groups from throughout the state to rally support in Sacramento for critical oceans and coastal reforms. For more than a decade,… Read More…


Clean Water Accomplishments

California Coastkeeper Alliance was founded in 1999 with the belief that a healthy ocean and coast and clean water is vital to California’s economy, public health and way of life…. Read More…


Honoring the Ocean

This week, hundreds of Angelenos gathered at Zuma beach to celebrate their underwater parks. The Los Angeles Marine Protected Area Collaborative, which includes Wishtoyo Foundation (and its Ventura Coastkeeper Program) and Los… Read More…


Work for Your Water This Weekend

Water works for you every day. This weekend, it’s your turn to return the favor.  On Saturday, thousands of Californians will show their local beaches some love on Coastal Cleanup… Read More…


Building Connections to Humboldt Bay

Humboldt Baykeeper offers fun informative excursions to help kids and teenagers see first-hand the waves and wildlife that make their community so special. Volunteer docents trained in ecology and history help build… Read More…


Channelkeeper Launches New Dive Portal

Santa Barbara Channelkeeper has unveiled a new way for people to explore the underwater treasures off the Santa Barbara coastline. In an effort to raise awareness about underwater parks in the Santa… Read More…


Why We Can’t Stop Talking About Seahorses

Earlier this month, The California Department of Fish and Wildlife discovered a rare seahorse near an eelgrass restoration site in Upper Newport Bay. That’s pretty much the equivalent of spotting… Read More…


San Diego’s Areas of Special Concern

While clean water is a necessary component of healthy oceans, water quality is constantly under attack from a variety of pollution sources, including discharge of wastewater and pollutants, litter and… Read More…


Wanted! The Whereabouts of Sargassum horneri

In 2003, an unexpected stowaway on a container ship found its way into the Port of Long Beach and was introduced into our nearshore ocean. If you have been strolling… Read More…


Snorkeling MPAs with Channel Islands Outfitters


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