Community-Based Restoration and Education Program
Please help support our efforts!

The success of the Community-Based Restoration and Education Program depends on grants and donations. Please consider making a donation through the nonprofit Tides Center, our program partner and fiscal sponsor. Your contribution will support all the things we need to stay in business including native plant nursery supplies, staffing costs, and workshop expenses used to educate others about the best ways to practice community-based coastal habitat restoration.

WAYS TO SUPPORT THE COMMUNITY-BASED RESTORATION AND EDUCATION PROGRAM:



THANK YOU for supporting restoration of critical wildlife habitat as a way to make a meaningful difference in your community.



For more information on the Upper Newport Bay Project, contact Matt Yurko at myurko@coastal.ca.gov.



Our community-based restoration program is part of the Marine Education Project, a project of the Tides Center conducted in partnership with the Coastal Commission.