If none of these locations work for you, consider planning your own event!

American Littoral Society

Volunteers participate in everything from beach cleaning to oyster reef building in New York and New Jersey. Learn more »

Volunteers with the American Littoral Society clam rake for marine invertebrates.


Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana

Participate in a dune restoration and restore Louisiana’s coasts. Learn more »

Volunteers gather near the coast of Louisiana for a restoration project.


Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Whether growing oysters, planting trees, or helping in our offices, there are plenty of ways you can contribute across the watershed. Learn more »

Volunteers with CBF advocate for the bay in their local areas.


EarthCorps

Hosting events in Seattle and the Puget Sound, find an event today. Learn more »

An EarthCorps volunteer helps with planting trees.


Galveston Bay Foundation

GBF volunteers are trained to be self-motivated stewards. Learn more »

Volunteers on Texas's coast take a break from restoring a local estuary.


North Carolina Coastal Federation

Staff a booth at a festival or help with wetland restoration. Learn more »

Young volunteers restore a local estuary in North Carolina.


Save the Bay: San Francisco

To restore the shoreline, volunteers participate in planting and scientific monitoring. Learn more »

A volunteer with Save the Bay helps restore the San Francisco watershed.


Save the Bay: Narragansett Bay

Explore programs such as habitat restoration, aquarium volunteering, and internships. Learn more »

Volunteers around Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island gather to retore this important wetland.


Save the Sound

Get your hands dirty restoring Long Island Sound’s shores. Learn more »

Volunteers on Connecticut's coast gather to save their local watershed.


Tampa Bay Watch

Thousands of volunteers assist in restoration projects every year, encouraging public awareness of the pressing need to protect this natural ecosystem. Learn more »

Tampa Bay Watch Volunteers gather around oysters during a restoration event.