Heal the Bay Aquarium Field Trips
Hands-on virtual learning and classroom enrichment with Heal the Bay Aquarium.
Heal the Bay Aquarium
2-Hour field trips can be hosted Monday through Friday at 10am or Noon
Field trip costs vary
Speakers Bureau Presentations
Invite an environmental science educator to deliver an interactive, fact-filled presentation on the story of Southern California’s water system (Know the Flow) and the causes of–and solutions to–marine pollution (stormwater and pollution prevention).
Anywhere in L.A. County
Heal the Bay Aquarium Science Camp
Each day is themed around a different marine science topic at our Heal the Bay Aquarium Science Camp. Filled with games, crafts, and laboratory experiences, budding students love interacting with more than 100 species of marine life.
Virtual with Heal the Bay Aquarium
Sessions are offered each season
Varies by session
Key to the Sea Teacher Development
Our flagship environmental education program covers a wide range of topics, including our local watersheds, pollution prevention, and marine conservation through teacher professional development workshops, classroom activities, and a hands-on beach science field trip.
Choose one: Heal the Bay Aquarium, Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, Roundhouse Aquarium, or SEA Lab
Workshops run monthly September-February; field trips run throughout the school year
Teacher workshops are free; field trip costs vary
High School and Middle School Clubs
Connect your middle or high school environmental club with Heal the Bay to earn service hours and special perks. Heal the Bay Clubs participate in a minimum of three Heal the Bay volunteer events per school year.
Any L.A.-area middle or high school with an existing environmental club
Heal the Bay’s SEA Education interactive platform makes virtual learning easy and fun for individual students, learning pods, or entire classrooms (grades 3-5, more grades coming soon). The Science, Environment, and Action online curriculum gets students up close with aquatic animals and teaches marine and environmental science through engaging videos and active, hands-on activities.
Anywhere you have access to the internet - great for distance learning at home or in the classroom
Costs vary for individuals, small group and classes. Discounts for bulk pricing and scholarships available.
Beach Report Card
We’ve created a simple, yet comprehensive app that lets you search year-round for the latest water quality information at your favorite beach in California.
River Report Card
Our summer program samples, analyzes and reports on the freshwater quality within the Los Angeles River, Malibu Creek and San Gabriel River watersheds in L.A. County.
Marine Debris Database
Curious about what kinds of trash we find at beach cleanups? Dig into the Marine Debris Database for an inside look at the epidemic of plastic pollution.
Know the Flow
Test your water knowledge, and share insights about rainwater runoff and where Los Angeles gets its water in your community.
The Stream Team data portal contains a wealth of Malibu Creek water quality information. Heal the Bay staff scientists have been researching this critical habitat in the Santa Monica Mountains since 1998.
California Education and the Environment Initiative
EEI is a free, state-sponsored K-12 environmental science curriculum that supports Common Core standards.
Waves, Wetlands and Watersheds Curriculum
This classroom-based, hands-on activity guide integrates areas of critical concern (wetlands, coastal processes, marine debris and pollution, endangered species) with California Science Content Standards for grades three through eight. Also included are community action activities for all ages and grades.
Knowledge Drops Webinar Series
Heal the Bay launched “Knowledge Drops”, an interactive science education webinar series, in early 2020. Our team of scientists, experts, and advocates explore the water world and offer fun lessons about the marine environment. Topics are generally geared for 3rd – 8th grade students, but all ages are welcome to tune in! Each session is about 1 hour long and includes Q&A, polls, videos, and a live presentation.