Coastal Fund Spring Funding and more!

Spring is still in the air, bringing salty ocean breezes to welcome us back for Spring Quarter! Although the major grant deadline has passed, we we will be accepting minor grants ($1000 or less) until May 13th! Keep these grants in mind as you plan your future projects!

Coastal Fund is Recruting Undergraduate Board Members!

Consider joining the all-student Coastal Fund Board of Directors, in charge of allocating over $300,000 in funds each year to projects that preserve, protect, and restore the watershed and shoreline associated with UCSB. Positions are open to all degree fields, and students should expect to commit at least one academic year to the Board of Directors. This is a rare and unique opportunity to make a lasting impact while at UCSB and to get involved with the Santa Barbara community. 

For more information, requirements, and instructions on how to apply, go to our website
Join us at this year's Santa Barbara's Earth Day on April 16th & 17th!
We will be located in the Public Square in Alameda Park, with fun activities, prizes, and more information about the Coastal Fund! 
"Storm Sunset"
 Photo Credit: Hope Curran

Congratulations to our "El Niño" Winter Photo Contest winner: Hope Curran!
Thanks to everyone who participated to making this annual event possible! We are also awarding Honorable Mentions to Brendan Mansfield and Kortney Pham for their spectacular stormy submissions.  
 
The Coastal Service Program (CSP) 
Looking for a fun and easy way to raise money for your student organization? Participate in a CSP event and receive $100 for a beach cleanup or $200 for ecological restoration project! Dates for Spring quarter are posted outside of the Coastal Fund office in the Multicultural Center and on our website. Feel free to email coastalserviceprogram@gmail.com if you have any additional questions!
Welcome Isabella Marill, our new Board Member! 
A first year Master's Student at the Bren School, Isabella studies Coastal Marine Resource Management and Strategic Environmental Communications. She has taught marine biology on Catalina Island to K-12 schools, and has been SCUBA diving in five continents.

We are so excited to have Isabella and her love for the ocean on our board!
 
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