Forage Fish Project Needs Volunteers
Volunteers will receive training and equipment. Volunteers also get to spend some purposeful time on the beach in small groups – we have established physical distancing and enhanced sanitation measures to keep everyone safe. Understanding where and when these important forage species can spawn helps us better protect and restore their sensitive spawning habitat.
Email Virginia East to sign up or for more information
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