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Our Water Future Teacher Materials

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Resources for the classroom and individual to continue building knowledge of water issues.

Websites and Media Resources

Group and School Field Trip Opportunities

  • Aquarium of the Pacific – (562) 590-3100 Offers hands-on classroom programs for K-12th grade, and public programs for children and adults.
  • Crystal Cove State Park – (949) 497-7647 Offers many interpretive programs for visiting school groups including “Tidepools” and “Marine Debris and Recycling.”
  • Marine Mammal Care Center – (415) 289-7330 Groups are invited to learn about seals, sea lions, and the marine environment.
  • Santa Monica Pier Aquarium – (310) 393-6149 Offers a free “Key to the Sea” hands-on program for teachers and students
  • The SEA Laboratory – (310) 318-7438 Field Trips consist of a guided touch tank tour, beach exploration, and grade specific classroom/lab activity for K-12th grade students.
  • Upper Newport Bay Friends and Naturalists – (949) 640-6746 Offers interpretive center programs, kayak tours, high school field activities and more.

Water and Watershed Resources

Native Landscaping

Lecture Archives