We Need Your Help on Our Beach Clean-Up! Growing out of our very successful Tsunami Debris Survey program, the Noyo Center has initiated a permanent beach clean-up program. Our beach stewards are making our beaches more pleasant for visitors and safer for coastal marine life. We host a group walk at 10am every first Saturday of the…
Join us May 18th at 6:00PM at Fort Bragg Town Hall to learn about Citizen Science Harbor Seal Monitoring: “Keeping Tabs on a Changing World” presented by SFSU Professor Ellen Hines and Graduate Student Karen Backe.
New Docents & Volunteers Wanted! Have you been thinking of joining our team but haven’t taken that first step? Take it on the new coastal trail… Join our Noyo Center for Marine Science’s Docent Coordinator and take a walk along the South Noyo Headlands Coastal Trail to learn about our programs, the history of the organization and how you can become a volunteer. Keep your eye out for whales along the way!
The Noyo Center for Marine Science’s Technology Director, Crans Squire will share a hands-on Marine Science demonstration at Fort Bragg Library for youth and adults on Saturday, June 23 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. Come and watch recently captured local underwater video in 3D/360 with VR goggles, and check out the equipment used to film it
Join one of our 3 summer camps for kids from 6 to 18!
The Crow’s Nest Interpretive Center is open Thursday through Monday. Come see all of the new inhabitants in our salt water aquarium and learn about our programs and events.
Join us for one or all three tide pool treks! These adventures are an opportunity for locals and visitors to discover or re-discover our tide pools and learn about the ocean’s changing ecosystems and how the Noyo Center’s Help the Kelp program is addressing local issues.