Humboldt Baykeeper’s Bay Tours program offers free, docent-led walking tours on the Eureka waterfront, as well as tours of the bay by motor boat, kayak, or canoe. 

La programa de Humboldt Baykeeper’s Exploraciones de la Bahía ofrece gratis, visita de guiada a pie en la zona costera de Eureka, así como tours de la bahía por barco de motor, kayac, o conoa. 

On Saturday, May 15 at 9 am, Janelle Chojnacki will be guiding a free COVID-safe birdwatching stroll along the gorgeous Waterfront Trail near Adorni Center. Join us for a smooth, any able-bodied stroll or roll and learn a whole lot. Space is limited to 5 people per tour. Call Jasmin Segura to reserve your spot: (707) 616-7261. 

Photo by Amaya Bechler.

 

 

Winter is a great time for bird-watching on Humboldt Bay, and this Saturday, Amaya Bechler will be guiding another free COVID-safe bird walk on the gorgeous Waterfront Trail near Adorni Center. Join us for a smooth, any able-bodied stroll or roll and learn a whole lot from Humboldt's favorite bird nerd. Space is limited to 5 people per tour. Call Jasmin Segura to reserve your spot (707) 616-7261. 

Photo by Amaya Bechler.

 

 

A credo of Waterkeepers is "clean water for all," but the reality is it's hard to meet "all" sometimes. Our Tours Coordinator Jasmin Segura has a knack for developing relationships with community groups, and has expanded our tours exponentially over the past five years. Thanks to Bart Mihailovich of Waterkeeper Alliance for highlighting the amazing work Jasmin does to make our tours program more inclusive:

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Jasmin Segura, coordinadora del tour por la bahía con Humboldt Baykeeper

 
Jasmin Segura does a lot more than coordinate our Bay Tours: she works with diverse communities to create a new era of stewardship where people feel compelled to be informed and protect Humboldt Bay. Thanks to EcoNews for interviewing Jasmin on her thoughtful, caring approach to people and the planet!
 

Humboldt Baykeeper offers kayak and motor boat tours of Humboldt Bay and Elk River to a variety of community groups from May to October, connecting people to Humboldt Bay who would otherwise not be able to experience being out on the water. Many residents simply cannot afford the equipment and maintenance costs associated with boating. 

In 2019, we led eight community group tours with a wide variety of partners, including English Express, a non-profit English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) school; Camp Cooper, the City of Eureka’s summer day camp for youth; The Studio & Canvas + Clay, an art program for adults with varying abilities; Gaining Ground and Butler Valley, residential and day programs for adults with developmental disabilities; the Humboldt County Library Summer Reading Program; the Community Access Program for Eureka; and Serenity Inn, a transitional housing facility in Eureka.

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