Category Archives: SOS Event

Two Hundred Kids Down By The Sea

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Video by Lilianne de la Espriella Coast Bound: School Field Trip Give the gift of childhood education. Our classroom and ocean field trip programs teach marine conservation and watershed stewardship with a focus on marine debris and marine ecosystems. Our activities and presentations are hands-on. Be a part of providing K-12 students with an interactive […]

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National Rivers Day 2016: A Dirty Celebration

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  THE SAN LORENZO RIVER is one of Santa Cruz County’s main veins to the ocean. It feeds big blue with vital nutrients, replenishes coastal sediment, and provides safe haven for wildlife as well as fresh drinking water. The river is a precious resource worth celebrating and protecting, making it the perfect location for our 2016 National […]

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Waves and Wildlife Photo Contest

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GET OUT YOUR CAMERAS, it’s time for the Save Our Shores’ Waves and Wildlife Photo Contest! You like snapping beautiful photos of scenic places and majestic wildlife found along the Monterey Bay’s network of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and we want to see them. But first, did you know that there are 29 MPAs along the Monterey […]

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Open Streets Santa Cruz

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Great news: Open Streets Santa Cruz on West Cliff Drive will return on Sunday, October 11, 2015, 9AM-2PM (public event time). West Cliff will again be transformed into a giant POP-UP STREET PARK for people to walk, bicycle and play without cars. In addition there will be free activities, educational booths and music by local […]

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Plastic-Free Event Challenge #3

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Prepping for a beach cleanup with 250 volunteers is no easy task, but Save Our Shores is not afraid of a challenge.  The Santa Cruz Warriors joined SOS for a big beach cleanup at Seabright Beach on March 15th and we were so excited to invite everyone in the community!  In addition to the time it took […]

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