Save The Bay's one-day BAY DISCOVERY programs are an introduction to the estuary, connecting students to San Francisco Bay and engaging them in tidal marsh restoration.
Every year more than 2,000 middle and high school students are inspired to become citizen scientists and the next generation of Bay stewards through Save The Bay’s award-winning Restoration Education Programs.
Our programs are aligned with California's Core Standards for math and science.
BEST is an environmental leadership program for upper level high school students to train them to be educators and mentors for younger learners.
DIRT engages high school students in tidal marsh restoration through citizen science activities that are aligned with classroom curriculum.
SEED engages middle and high school students in the complete cycle of tidal marsh restoration, from seeds to ecosystems.
Browse our collection of favorite lessons and get in touch to find out how to combine these lessons with one of our hands-on Restoration Education programs.