We always welcome new active members to our meeting on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
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These lessons and activities have been created by teachers for teachers and people who want to learn more about these incredible birds while having fun. They include topics such as […]
We’re a volunteer-driven community of Earth Heroes inspired by kindred spirit and collective passion for protecting and preserving our ocean, beaches, creeks, wildlife and native habitat. Together, we're growing as a powerful force for positive change recognized as a community-centered model leading sustainable environmental stewardship among all ages through advocacy, education, community building and citizen action in the Bay Area.
You too can lead positive change! Throughout the year, we host field and education programs connecting thousands who care for our environment. You can clean a beach, restore habitat, advocate, become a member, organize events, donate, join a committee, become a student liaison, lend your skills, share your talent … all while learning more about protecting our coastal environment.
Learn more about us, our Earth Heroes and how we have been achieving our mission since 1997!
Pacific Beach Coalition is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Many Ways to Support our Mission
If you believe that preserving our ocean is a great cause worth fighting for, become a PBC member today.
Next Volunteering Opportunities
Join the community and volunteer to cleanup your neighborhood before the winter rains.
Stay Engaged: Local Events & Global News
Our dear volunteer and Board Member Mark, installed this wonderful exhibit at the Sea Crest School in HMB, CA that we had originally planned for […]
We are very excited to bring this event to you on Earth Day! Register today to save your seat.
Sustainable Corner: Reduce Your Plastic Footprint
From the Field: Volunteers & Trash Results
We found 500 cigarette filters in the bucket. This mean 500 butts not on the ground! Success!
A group of Ocean Shore students restore some native habitat in memory Patty McNally.