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Straight From The Blog
Written on September 15, 2014
We are ready to have some fun and help protect our backyard here in the South Bay – the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Reserve. We will be waiting for you at the “very” end of F St and Bayshore Bikeway. Sometimes it can be confusing because F St turns into Lagoon Dr for about a Continue Reading »
Written on September 11, 2014
It is that time of the year again. We join the hundreds of cleanups around San Diego County, California and the rest of the world to celebrate International Coastal Cleanup Day 2014. As you all know Oceanforce Foundation and its crew of local volunteers has taken on the great challenge of working to protect and Continue Reading »
Written on April 25, 2014
El grupo de vecinos Conserva tu Playa junto a la ONG Fuerza Oceánica te invitan a participar de esta jornada didáctica educativa a realizarse en Playa Valencia este Domingo 27 de Abril a partir de las 15:00 Hs. Una vez mas nos estaremos reuniendo en un marco familiar para explorar y ver mas de cerca Continue Reading »
Written on February 6, 2014
Este Pasado Domingo 26 de Enero se realizo en Mar del Plata el Segundo Festival de Surf Longboard y Ecología. El evento fue organizado por la Asociación Argentina de Longboard, la Fundación Fuerza Oceánica y el Waikiki Club de Surf, Social y Deportivo. Este Segundo Festival de Surf y Ecología busco acercar a la Continue Reading »
South Bay Sea Scouts
Ship 2013 – South Bay Sea Scouts was established by Oceanforce Foundation at the end of 2012 as a way to provide young adults between the ages of 14 – 21 with the opportunity to learn valuable water and life skills. Organized under the rules and regulations of the Boy Scouts of America, the group is open to all community members in the San Diego/Tijuana border region and aims to create agents of positive change in their communities.
In an ongoing effort, Oceanforce Foundation works to restore and protect the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, in Chula Vista, CA. The refuge provides crucial habitat for six endangered species, California brown pelicans, California least terns, light-footed clapper rails, Belding's savannah sparrows, snowy plovers, and peregrine falcons. Unusual species are spotted frequently, such as little blue herons, reddish egrets, and black skimmers.
Oceanforce Foundation's Boating Clean Initiative works to improve certain practices related to marine services in the United States. Through the creation of a reusable Eco Service Slip Oceanforce Foundation aims to reduce the amount of plastic and rubber going into our ocean waters every year. Eco conscious Marinas and Marine Services alike are signing up for this simple and unique program which not only brings benefits for the environment but also to all parties involved!