This 6-week course brings students face-to-face with environmental issues facing the oceans. They will be living and studying onboard a YWAM Ship for the majority of the course on Catalina Island. Students will join in ongoing research projects in abalone counts, kelp forest surveys, marine debris clean up and education. They will also be involved in learning how to teach youth environmental stewardship for 10 hours per week alongside Mountain and Sea Educational Adventures. They will be contending for scientific and spiritual solutions to some of the problem areas along the California coast. Students will be spending time kayaking, snorkeling, scuba (if certified) and boating as regular activities.
No upcoming course dates.