About Pillar Point Harbor: Pillar Point Harbor is a protected harbor of refuge along the San Mateo County California Coast. It is home port to a
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 achieve our mission throughout the pages of our new website!
Join the Crew: Upcoming Meetings & Social Events
Stay Informed: Local & Global News
Here is a lot of good information if you would like to be involved with helping the City of Pacifica – Info sent by Sue Digre,
Several of us got together to participate in the census of Snowy Plovers that is conducted twice annually along the Pacific Coast from Washington to
Our resourceful volunteer Helen N. found out about the TerraCycle company a year ago and since then we have recycled over 41,000 cigarette butts! This
Sperm Whale Memorial Sharp Park Beach, Pacifica Saturday, April 25th 10.30am For anyone interested in honoring our fallen Cetacean, there will be a community lead
From the Field: Volunteers & Beach Cleanups
YOU ALL WERE BRILLIANT and created a most incredible day for Pacifica, our coast, the bees, and most especially, the environment! From the Schools, to the
We were fortunate to have a nice mix of seasoned volunteer Mussel Rockstars and newbie Mussel Rockstars, who all seemed to arrive at the same