• Discover the Coast @ Arcata

    Humboldt County students gather annually on Ocean Day to remove ocean debris and non native grasses at the Mike Thompson Wildlife Area.
  • Discover the Coast @ Fort Ord

    Each year hundreds of students from the Monterey Peninsula visit Fort Ord's outdoor classroom to learn about environmental education and scientific research.
  • Discover the Coast @ The Lost Coast

    The remote region between the mouth of the Mattole River and Sinkyone Wilderness State Park is known as California's Lost Coast. This 35 miles of coastline is only accessible by a few back roads.
  • Discover the Coast @ Piedras Blancas

    Piedras Blancas Light Station is located on a rugged windswept point along California's scenic Highway 1. First illuminated in 1875, the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse still casts a beam of light to guide mariners along the rocky California coast.
  • Discover the Coast @ Point Arena

    The Point Arena Lighthouse was built in the 1800's to warn ships of the rugged coast north of the Point Arena community. Today, the coastal prairies, dramatic coastal bluffs and abundant bird life highlight a working landscape where farming and cattle grazing exist in harmony with hikers and wildlife watchers.
  • Discover the Coast @ Trinidad

    Trinidad is a seaside town in Humboldt County, located on the Pacific Ocean. It is an ideal location to view the off shore rocks that are part of the California Coastal National Monument.