This guidebook includes TBF’s work on the Palos Verdes Restoration Project on page 71.
News and updates about the environmental impacts of boat sewage, LA yacht clubs reducing waste, must-do’s for mindfully spring cleaning your boat, and more!
**En este momento, los calendarios de las mareas solo están disponible en inglés. El Calendario de las mareas del sur de California contiene mareas, consejos para la gestión de las aguas negras, y muchos más. Esta publicación está financiada por el programa educativo de la ley de embarcaciones limpias de la división de… Continue reading 2022 Calendario de las mareas del sur de California (in Spanish/en español)
Don’t miss the 2022 Southern California Tide Calendar! In addition to the tides, get sewage management tips, a list of boat-to-boat services, Marine Protected Area information, harbor resources, and more. If you would like to order a printed copy of the Tide Calendar in English please contact us. This publication is funded by the California… Continue reading 2022 Tide Calendar for Southern California (in English)
News and updates about 2021 Coastal Cleanup Day, Orange and San Diego Counties Oil Spill Incident, and more.
This handy English/Spanish reference card gives boaters insight and tips on clean boating. It’s featured in the California Boater Kit but is available here for digital download.
While it is best to use an onshore toilet when nature calls, properly disposing of boat sewage makes a difference in water quality and protects us all. Whether you use a portable toilet for your boat or have an on-board head, it is important to know the law, and use common sense. This newsletter provides… Continue reading The Changing Tide – Summer 2021
This manual updates a previous framework to guide the development of coastal, perennial estuarine wetland monitoring programs throughout California by providing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and recommended protocols. As a living document that continues to be developed, this version has new and modified protocols, and it is anticipated that further changes to these will be… Continue reading California Estuarine Wetland Monitoring Manual (Level 3)
When improperly disposed of or when a line breaks, fishing lines end up abandoned in our marine environment as marine debris and have many harmful consequences. Follow this guidebook to learn how to recycle fishing lines to protect wildlife and boats.
Upcoming events, sewage best management practices for non-motorized boaters, and much more.