Save The Bay
The Girl Scouts of San Francisco Bay Area teamed up with Save the Bay, the Bay Area's oldest and largest membership organization working exclusively to protect and restore San Francisco Bay and its watershed.
The Bay Institute - Educational restoration program STRAW
Get detailed information about the Bay and look at their ecosystems indicators report on the San Francisco Bay: http://www.bay.org/main.htm T: (415) 506-0150 grades K-12
Crissy Field Center
Provides educational and restoration programs for girls grades K-12
www.crissyfield.org/center/index.html T: Group Programs (415) 561-4318
East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD)
This water district website is full of information about water conservation tips, where it comes from and educational resources.
Friends of the River
Friends of the River educates, organizes, and advocates to protect and restore California rivers, streams, and watersheds.
Golden Gate Audubon
Offers field trips including environmental and conservation programs around the Bay Area. www.goldengateaudubon.org/index.htm T: (510) 635-5533
Kids for the Bay
Offers a variety of programs and service opportunities for all age levels.
www.kidsforthebay.org telephone 510-985-1602 grades K-12
Richardson Bay Audubon Center
Provides programs for girls, grades K-6 www.tiburonaudubon.org/programs.htm T: (415) 388-2524
River of Words
River of WordsÕ mission is to educate children about the importance of water in their lives. Each year they sponsor an art and poetry contest with the theme of watersheds. For contest rules see their website:
www.riverofwords.org grades K-12
Water Education Foundation
A respected authority on water education in California. Their website is full of resources; try the water kidsÕ page for some fun facts. website www.water-ed.org