Tour the Bay on FDR’s yacht with Baykeeper and Atlas Obscura -- Saturday, September 9, 2017
Join Baykeeper and Atlas Obscura for a unique cruise of San Francisco Bay aboard Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s presidential yacht, the USS Potomac, on Saturday, September 9.
The event will feature a series of insider perspectives, including:
- Champion marathon swimmer Kim Chambers on open water swimming in the Bay;
- Senior Golden Gate Bridge engineer Noel Stampfli on the history and structure of the bridge;
- San Francisco Bar Pilot, Kenneth Carlson on the 2007 Cosco Busan oil spill and navigating the Bay; and
- Wastewater expert Ben Horenstein, on the status of sewage pollution in the Bay.
Join Baykeeper and Atlas Obscura for this exclusive insight into San Francisco Bay!
Tickets are $70 per person. Proceeds support Baykeeper’s work keeping the Bay clean, healthy, and safe.
Join us for Coastal Cleanup Day -- Saturday, September 16, 2017
Baykeeper hosts our annual beach cleanup to target the serious marine debris problem that disproportionately affects San Francisco's eastern shoreline. California Coastal Cleanup Day is the state's largest single effort to remove the debris that has accumulated on beaches and inland shorelines over the past year, bringing tens of thousands of volunteers out annually to protect the marine wildlife and habitat that can be badly damaged by marine debris. All ages welcome at this family-friendly event.
Saturday, September 16, 2017 -- 9am to Noon
India Basin Shoreline Park, San Francisco
Join Baykeeper and Swim Across America -- Sunday, September 17, 2017
Swim Across America presents its 12th Annual San Francisco Bay Area Swim to benefit cancer research and patient recovery at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals.
The Baykeeper boat will be providing safety support for swimmers at the event. We’re proud to support these Bay swimmers in their efforts for Swim Across America!
The Swim Across America event is seeking volunteer paddlers to assist with swimmer support. You can help make the event fun and safe for all.
For details, please refer to Swim Across America’s Bay Area swim web page.
Bay Parade -- Sunday, July 9, 2017
Hundreds of swimmers, kayakers, stand up paddleboarders, and boaters came together for a fun and active day on the water celebrating a clean and healthy San Francisco Bay.
Sports Basement: Get 10% off and support Baykeeper at the same time
Sign up for Sports Basement’s Basementeers program and you’ll receive a 10% discount on each item plus a donation to Baykeeper. Sports Basement is a Bay Area-based outdoor store with seven locations. Their warehouse-style stores have gear and clothing for running, biking, hiking, camping, winter sports, and more. Sports Basement also has an extensive rental department that includes bikes, tents, and wetsuits. Plus, the stores accept used batteries and some used sports gear for recycling.
Sign up as a Basementeer in person at any Sports Basement store. Tell the cashier that you were sent by San Francisco Baykeeper, and they’ll waive the $25 sign-up fee. Or sign up for free online. Look for us in Sports Basement’s alphabetical list of charities as “San Francisco Baykeeper.”
JINS Eyewear Donates to Baykeeper With Eyeglass Case Purchase
JINS Eyewear’s first US store opened in April at 151 Powell St., San Francisco. At the JINS store, customers can browse, purchase, and receive prescription eyewear with custom fitting all in the same visit.
Also on sale are custom-made San Francisco Baykeeper eyeglass cases for $5. All proceeds from the sale of the cases goes to Baykeeper!