The Morro Bay Estuary is home to more than 20,000 residents and is a destination spot for many more visitors every year. Our efforts to protect the bay depend on each and every resident - temporary or full time. Even those of us who live miles away from the bay have an effect on its health.
Your donations directly support projects to understand environmental conditions, restore importants habitat and efforts to educate the public and cultivate stewardship. Learn more about tax deductible donations here.
The Estuary Program, as well as our partner organizations, rely on a committed community of volunteers. Whether you have an afternoon to help or can commit to ongoing efforts, the estuary will benefit from your participation. Find out about opportunities to volunteer here.
Little things really do matter. The small actions we take everyday either add up to a big enviromental benefit or a significant negative impact. Read here about easy ways to make sure your actions help, instead of hinder, this precious resource.
The Morro Bay National Estuary Programis a perfect example of how environmental agencies can cooperate and compliment the work of local government. The City of Morro Bay and the Program have partnered on a number of issues. The Program is an active participant in our community, and we are proud and appreciative of their work.
Janice Peters, Mayor of Morro Bay 2004-2010