Guest post

Following the Road to Restoration: Los Osos Creek Wetland Restoration Project Continues in a Watershed Awareness Volunteer Event

A young person with brown hair and clear glasses uses a pipette in a lab setting.

Monitoring Bay and Watershed Health: Bacteria Sampling Partnership with Cuesta College

The Preservation of the Morro Dunes

Current Abundance of Olympia Oysters (Ostrea lurida) in Morro Bay

The Fight Against Ice Plant: Revealing the Morro Bay Dunes

Predicting Rain With Tarantula Math: Where folklore meets meteorology

Installation of erosion control fabric to stabilize the left bank of a restoration project in the Santa Rosa Creek Watershed.

Meet the SLO Steelhead Initiative Watershed Stewards Program Corps Members

The best sea otter picture is one where the sea otters aren’t looking at the camera because they don’t even know you’re there. The photographer who captured this shot stayed quiet and kept far enough away from the otters so they could carry on resting, as they need to do to stay healthy.

How to Watch Sea Otters in Morro Bay (Without The Sea Otters Watching You!)

Bar cans crushed and shoved between rocks in the rip rap.

Cleaning Up Trash On Morro Bay’s Beaches: A Volunteer’s Story

Monterey Pine

San Luis Obispo County’s Stealth Trees—Our Native Conifers