Oceanseed Project teaches children how to live inspired, satisfying lives and value creating our most verdant, just and compassionate world. Educational standards aligned, Oceanseed’s programs provide a deep, experiential Earth Sciences curriculum through a framework and approach that delivers transformative connection with their own inner greatness, the science based soft-skills imperative to leading their most fulfilling lives and an inherent passion to contribute towards ensuring that opportunity is pervasive or all.
Oceanseed Project’s unique, experiential compendium connects participants with their amazing self, their local community and our natural world. Participant children from lower-income, at-risk communities and schools, together with esteemed individuals in environmental studies, university academia, science, psychology, literature, art, philosophy and humanities collaborate in a rich confluence of experience, insight, mentorship, trust, discovery and growth. Inspired, empowered and connected, this becomes the transformative fabric for living their most satisfying lives in our greatest world.
Developed through collaboration of esteemed professionals in related fields and predicated on the most compelling, contemporary, science-based evidence in human development, potential, environmental science and psychology—Oceanseed Project programs are free for all children participants—made possible through personal donations and sponsorship.
Oceanseed Project is a powerful upstream solution to the biggest problems facing America and our world today—environmental sustainability, economic prosperity and social justice for all. Oceanseed program participants learn to value being actively mindful of their mind-body-environment connection, resulting in inspired, present, capable awareness, healthy bodies and an ever increasingly just and verdant world.
To Touch the Moon
|Letter From The
Superintendent of Education
Click to read To Touch the Moon,
a powerful poem written by a
seven-year-old girl in her fourth month of
Oceanseed Project program participation,
within the Pajaro Valley Unified School District.
Click to read a Letter from
Michael C. Watkins,
Santa Cruz County Office of Education