Print this free lawn sign to proudly advertise that you harvest rainwater!
Pull some weeds: Join The Bay Foundation from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to help restore the Culver City Rain Garden, native landscaping designed to filter storm water runoff on its way to Ballona Creek. RSVP at santamonicabay.org for location information. …
Through Educating the Future: Innovative Resource Conservation Strategies, The Bay Foundation (TBF) developed and conducted a series of tasks aimed to promote energy, water, and natural gas conservation within Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) middle-schools. This report summarizes both successes and challenges and provides recommendations for future educational outreach strategies.
One of three infographics created to teach kids about water conservation.
The Bay Foundation (TBF) has launched a website open to all educators who work with 6th, 7th and 8th graders, providing a complete activity packet of tools to help students first identify their water and energy use, and then educate them to effect a conservation-focused change in their habits. This behavior-impacting program with its accompanying… Continue reading The Bay Foundation Offers 6th-8th Graders, Teachers Fun & FREE Tools to Check and Change Conservation Habits
The Bay Foundation (TBF) offers plenty of opportunity this Earth Month to support and learn about our projects that need volunteers all year long. The month features our regular restoration and monitoring volunteer events, as well as other outings to support TBF! We encourage everyone to head outdoors and help learn about and take care… Continue reading The Bay Foundation Offers Volunteers, Donors Variety of Events in Honor of Earth Month
This Activity Packet, created to be an educational piece for kids, contains ten engaging online and offline activities on water, energy, and climate change. Activities include: 1) Water Knowledge quiz 2) Water Knowledge word search 3) Calculate your “water footprint” online 4) Energy Knowledge crossword puzzle 5) Taking an energy nap 6) Calculating your “ecological… Continue reading Water and Energy Conservation: Project Activity Book
Outdoor water use reduction represents the greatest opportunity for water savings in the United States. This project implemented a cost effective alternative for inefficient and intensive outdoor water use by eliminating the need altogether. The gathered knowledge will contribute to additional and far reaching water savings as the lessons learned are adopted widely and the… Continue reading Rain Gardens: Water-Wise Investments in our Future
The Bay Foundation (TBF) conducted a varied and innovative outreach strategy to encourage the public to implement water and energy conservation practices, while educating a diverse community of stakeholders. This report summarizes both successes and challenges, and provides recommendations for future outreach and communications implementation strategies.
Use this sticker template to proudly advertise that you harvest rainwater!