Our Partners

Many thanks to our partners, working together to keep our unique natural treasure, the grunion, surfing onto California beaches.

San Diego County: Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Birch Aquarium at Scripps; Scripps Coastal Reserve; City of San Diego; Buena Vista Audubon Club; City of Oceanside; Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base; Palomar College; Mira Costa College; City of Imperial Beach; Tijuana River Estuarine Research Reserve; Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association; City of Imperial Beach; University of California, San Diego; San Diego State University; Coronado Naval Air Base; San Diego Science Festival; Volunteer San Diego; City of Oceanside; City of Encinitas; Port of San Diego; Southwestern College; San Diego Citizens Science Network

Orange County: Muth Interpretive Center; City of Newport Beach; Ocean Institute; City of San Clemente; Crystal Cove Alliance; California State University; Fullerton-Southern California Ecosystems Research Program; Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association; Bolsa Chica State Beach Interpretive Association; City of Laguna Beach; Orange County Costal Coalition; County of Orange; City of Huntington Beach; City of Seal Beach; Volunteer Center of Orange County

Los Angeles County: Cabrillo Marine Aquarium; Aquarium of the Pacific; Heal The Bay/Santa Monica Pier Aquarium; Roundhouse Aquarium; City of Long Beach; Los Angeles County Beaches and Harbors; Los Angeles County Fire Department, Lifeguard Division; Pepperdine University; University of California, Los Angeles; Malibu Watershed Council; GLOW art fair, Santa Monica; Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission; Santa Monica Baykeepers; California State University, Northridge; City of Malibu; California State Parks Whale Fiesta; LA Unified School District, Marina Del Rey Marine Science Academy; City of Santa Monica; Los Angeles Audubon Society; Los Angeles County Natural History Museum; Occidental College; Los Angeles County Beach Commission, Las Virgenes Resource Conservation District; Santa Monica Mountains Preservation Trust; LA Works

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Ventura County: Oxnard City College; Ormond Beach Task Force; City of Oxnard; California State University, Channel Islands

Santa Barbara County: Santa Barbara Channel Keepers; University of California, Santa Barbara; City of Santa Barbara; County of Santa Barbara; Goleta Beach Task Force

San Luis Obispo County: Oceano Dunes Natural Recreation Area

Monterey County: Pacific Grove Museum; Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute; Moss Landing Marine Laboratory; University of California, Santa Cruz

San Francisco Bay Area: Port of Oakland; East Bay Regional Parks District; Golden Gate National Recreation Area; Chrissy Field Interpretive Association; Cordell Banks National Marine Sanctuary; Pt. Reyes National Seashore; Lawson's Landing; City of Marshall; City of Oakland; City of Alameda; City of San Leandro; San Francisco State University

Statewide, California: California State Parks; California Coastal Commission; California Department of Fish & Game; California Sea Grant College; California Sediment Management Work Group; Beach Ecology Coalition; Clean Beaches Task Force; California Waterboards

National/International: National Marine Fisheries Service-Southwest Region, Habitat Conservation Division; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; US National Park Service; US Army Corps of Engineers, Shoreline Preservation Association; National Science Foundation: NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates Program at Pepperdine University; NSF Citizen Scientist Toolkit Conference, NSF COSEE-West; Environmental Protection Agency, Oil Spill Preparedness and Response Team; Surfrider Foundation; National Geographic Society; National Wildlife Federation, Wildlife Watch Week; NatureServe National Phenology Network; Calidad De Vida, Tijuana, Mexico; No Bad Days Tourism, San Felipe, Mexico; Volunteer Match

We thank the following organization for major funding over the past 15 years:

National Marine Fisheries Service-Southwest Region, Habitat Conservation Division; California Sea Grant College; National Geographic Society; National Fish and Wildlife Foundation; NOAA; California Coastal Commission; Coastal America Foundation; National Parks Service; U.S. Geological Survey; Tooma Foundation; Pepperdine University; USC Sea Grants; California Department of Fish and Wildlife; US Fish and Wildlife Service; Southern California Edison; The Whale Tail Grant

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