Oyster shells are recycled from local restaurants and used to create brand new reef breakwaters.
In Our Communities
CBA and local artists decorate and install monofilament recycling containers to prevent fishing line from entering our waterways.
Local citizen scientists and volunteers join our program to raise their own oyster gardens for restoration. Don’t have your own dock? No need to worry. We also need cage monitors.
From Earth Day celebrations to fun runs to coastal dune lake days, CBA attends a range of festivals and events with touch tanks, children’s activities, and so much more. For an event calendar, click here.
The Native Plant Demonstration Garden is an inspirational site for public education. It features the best practices for the use of native plants, water conservation, and other Florida-friendly gardening techniques. The trail was developed to familiarize residents, visitors and students with some of the most common native trees, shrubs and wildflowers that thrive in this small ecosystem in South Walton County.
Join CBA in promoting the health and wealth of local waterways by volunteering to take part in our mission. CBA offers volunteer opportunities for all ages and all physical capabilities!