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SM Beaches Offer Great Opportunity

The Santa Monica Beach Restoration Pilot Project, a partnership of The Bay Foundation and The City of Santa Monica, aims to return a healthy and beautiful ecosystem to an approximately three acre section of beach. The project will evaluate ‘soft’ low-cost natural shore protection from sea-level rise and storms while providing public benefits and enhancing natural resource values.

One Santa Monica resident eloquently stated his hope for a “ribbon of natural plants and terrain all along the beach.”

To learn more about the project and how you can help please CLICK HERE.  For questions, please contact Karina Johnston, TBF’s Director of Watershed Programs, through our Contact page.


Get Your Tickets! TBF's 2nd Annual Coastal Connections


Please join us for our

2nd Annual Coastal Connections

The Bay Foundation invites you, your family and friends to celebrate your Connections with the Coast, featuring delicious food for all ages, entertainment, passes for all the rides and games, and more!

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier

We are proud to honor:

Leslie Iwerks, Filmmaker, Environmentalist

Beth Ryan, Disney VoluntEARS

Terranea Resort

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Twitter Feed

Would u like a "ribbon of natural plants & terrain all along the beach"? We <3 this image by #SantaMonica resident!…

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Sept. 17: Our #CoastalCleanupDay Targets Invasive Plants as 'Trash' ! LAX Dunes - #nationalestuaries

About 15 hours ago from The Bay Foundation's Twitter

Sustainable Seafood info & tastings anyone? @CabrilloAqua Expo on 10/2!…

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Volunteer With Us

Coastal Cleanup Day @ LAX Dunes – 9/17/16

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Video Spotlight

BARREN, a film by Christian Carvallo