Inspire children to protect San Francisco Bay by becoming a Bay Shore Docent. Training starts January 9, 2020 Sign up by 11/24 and you’ll be able to join a low tide beach tour on Monday 11/25 from 2:30 to 4:30. Details provided after registration.
What is Bay Shore Studies?
A field trip program that brings out the natural scientists in 3rd
grade students! Docents lead small groups of students in a hands-on exploration of the natural world revealed at low tide at the Richardson Bay Audubon Center and Sanctuary, and guide students in their own discovery of each organism’s role in the ecology of the Bay. Learn more
You’ll learn all you need to know about SF Bay and intertidal ecology, field trip protocols and teaching techniques in a comprehensive training for only $35*. The first class is on Thursday, January 9 from 9:30am-12:30pm. Classes meet weekly through February 27. Field trips are scheduled from early February through early June.
Bay Shore Studies is a program of the Estuary & Ocean Science Center and San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (EOS Center). For more information, contact Erin Blackwood at email@example.com
or (415) 338-3757
*No one will be turned away based on ability to pay. SFSU students and others with limited income can register FREE, contact Erin Blackwood
Since 1974, Bay Shore Studies docents have been leading students on their “best field trip ever.” Join us to continue this important community tradition of environmental education!