It all started with a love for the ocean

In 1991, Michael Klubock, a sailor turned environmental educator, channeled his love for the beach into the creation of a school assembly education effort. He wanted to get more kids to the beach and in touch with nature. While developing and presenting the program to the schools, he established the Malibu Foundation for Environmental Education and Kids Ocean Day.

Since then, the California Coastal Commission’s Whale Tail License Plate Fund, the City of Los Angeles, Spectral Q’s Aerial Art Program and regional partners, have contributed to Kids Ocean Day’s expansion along the length of the California coast, from Humboldt County to San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, as well as across the Pacific Ocean to Hong Kong and down to Mexico.

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