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KIDS OCEAN DAY

To sign up for the Kids Ocean Day, June 8, 2023, please fill out this short form. Be sure to follow the link in the confirmation message to request a date for the class presentation!

Kids Ocean Day is a state-wide marine debris education program funded by the California Coastal Commission and coordinated locally by Friends of the Dunes and the Bureau of Land Management. About 1,000 Humboldt County students will receive classroom lessons focusing on the health of coastal and marine environments. At the Kids Ocean Day event, students gather at the Mike Thompson Wildlife Area on the South Spit of the Humboldt Bay for a day of beach clean-up and invasive plant removal. After all this hard work, students will sit in an aerial art design while a plane flies over to capture the image.

This program is completely free for schools, and we can pay for a bus!

June 8th, 2023, 8am -2pm

We are always looking for more volunteers to help with the Kids Ocean Day event!  They help lead groups of kids in restoration or set up for aerial art. If you are interested in helping out, use the button below to sign up.

No experience is needed.

Volunteer training is on Thursday June 1st, from 5:30pm - 7pm, and is required for being part of the event

PHOTOS & VIDEOS

Visit oceanday.net to see all previous images from all of the

Ocean Day sites along the California Coast.

Photos by J Patrick Cudahy
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2022 

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2019 

2018 

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2017 

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 2015

 2016

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 2014

Ocean Day Photos
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