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.

What's New:

  • Bay Discovery Kids

    Bay Discovery

    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. 

  • BEST


    BEST is an environmental leadership program for upper level high school students to train them to be educators and mentors for younger learners.  

  • DIRT Lesson


    DIRT engages high school students in tidal marsh restoration through citizen science activities that are aligned with classroom curriculum.  

  • SEED Plants


    SEED engages middle and high school students in the complete cycle of tidal marsh restoration, from seeds to ecosystems. 

  • For Teachers

    For Teachers

    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.