Join us for a unique tidepooling experience on January 20, 2023 during the California King Tide! King Tides are the very highest tides of the year. Conversely, the low tides that occur at this time are the very lowest tides and perfect for exploring tidepools and observing their amazing biodiversity.
Meet Earthroots instructors at a beach in Laguna during the King Tide (more details sent to class registrants) to learn about the animals that make their homes in this ever-changing environment when the water recedes. Learn about tide pool habitats, tidal zones, animal identification and adaptations, and human impact and conservation. Come hear a story, play games, and draw and journal your experiences. End the day with sand in your shoes, salt on your skin, and a deeper connection to nature on the beach.
When: Friday, January 20, 2023 | 1:00-3:00 pm
Who: All ages are welcome (recommended for ages 7-12)
Drop-off ok for ages 9 and up (Story and concepts might be abstract for those under 7)
Where: Laguna Beach (exact beach location and driving directions will be sent to class registrants)
Price: $30/per person
What to bring
- Drinking water in a reusable container
- Optional: Participants may also want to bring water shoes
- Note: Dress in layers to prepare for all weather conditions
Scholarships Available (once class minimums have been met)
Earthroots is committed to creating nature connection opportunities for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) participants.
It is Earthroots Field School’s policy and pleasure to make scholarship space available in its programs for those in need.