2022-2023 Event Calendar

Stay Up to Date on all the Events & Opportunities

the Coastal Bend Bays Foundation has coming up!

January 10th – CIF – Coastal Issues Forum, State of the Port POSTPONED due to COVID

February 5th – Adopt a Beach Winter Cleanup 

February 7th – CIF – Coastal Issues Forum, “State of the Port” with Jeff Pollack and Sarah Garza – Ortiz Center (402 Harbor Dr, Corpus Christi)

March 7th – CIF – Coastal Issues Forum, Underwater Archaeology of the Texas Coastal Bend presented by Hunter Whitehead M.A., RPA, Marine Archaeology Division at Coastal Environments, Inc.

April 9th – Earth Day Bay Day Event – GET INVOLVED by Sponsoring, be an Exhibitor/Vendor or Volunteering!

April 11th – CIF – Coastal Issues Forum, Kemps Ridley Nesting with Dr. Donna Shaver & Tony Amos Legacy with Alicia Walker

May 9th – CIF – Coastal Issues Forum, Baffin Bay Symposium

June 13th – CIF – Coastal Issues Forum, Nueces River Authority, “Clean Rivers Program – Public Steering Committee
Meeting”

August 8th – CBBF Board of Directors & Trustees Meeting

September 12th – CIF – City of Corpus Christi Recycle Program Initiatives and Holiday Recycle Prep with Crystal Seehorn

September 17th, 9:00am – 12:00pm – Adopt A Beach Fall Cleanup – Packery Flats, Volunteer Signup!

October 10th – CIF – “Research and Recommendations of Debris Trapping Products to Improve Stormwater Quality Entering the Corpus Christi Bay” by Scott Harris, PE of Lockwood, Andrews & Newman, Inc.

November 3rd, 5:30-9:00pm – 20th annual Conservation & Environmental Stewardship Awards Banquet, Solomon P. Ortiz Center, 402 Harbor Dr., Corpus Christi, TX 78401, Sponsor, Volunteer, Nominate

November 14th – CIF – Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development, “Industry Plans and Environmental Impacts on the Coastal Bend Community”

December 12thCIF – Stay tuned for presentation topic

Coastal Issues Forums are held at the Del Mar College, Heritage Campus (East Campus), Solomon Coles building, Lecture Hall CB 227. Plenty of free parking right in front of building. (Location is a bit tricky, visit Map/Directions)