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 and meaningful learning environment that promotes marine health and teaches students how to be part of the solution as they grow older.
 Save Our Shores Ocean Education Curriculum Highlights

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You can be a part of providing K-12 students with an interactive and meaningful learning environment that promotes marine health and teaches students how to be a part of the solution as they grow older!

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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHT
Our partnership up with Rolling Hills Middle School in Watsonville is part of one of our most important programs: Ocean Education Field Trips.

Following a classroom session about ocean health led by our program staff, over two hundred and twenty students geared up for an educational ocean field trip to Sunset State Beach!

This gave the kids an opportunity to do some tangible learning, while making a difference for their immediate community. It was all smiles and team work that sunny Thursday morning for the students, school staff and especially for us here at Save Our Shores.

Experiences like this make a difference! If we are to build respect for our ocean as a community we must build a connection among our youth. After all, they’ll be the ones protecting the ocean’s health for years to come.
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Fund a school field trip to the shore for an entire class. Giving the gift of a coastal field trip is a unique opportunity to provide childhood memories that last.

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Photos and video by Liliography. Contact Lilianne de la Espriella at lilyespriella@gmail.com

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