Central Marin Sanitation Agency

Ecomasters is a software program starring a comical bird that guides students in locating and correcting water pollution problems. The bird then takes an exciting journey down the drain of a house through the sewer system. The free program is presented in a game format that is fun for children while educating them on how water gets polluted, how storm drains and sanitary sewers work and how to clean up the environment.

download Windows application | 8.5 mb

Bayland Habitats is another game in which children can learn about the history of our bay before humans came, and also the history of people, starting with the Native American tribes, and continuing up to today. The children learn about what animals live in and around our bay, what they look like, and how they live. Also included in the program are activity ideas for children, such as bay area field trips, books they can read, things they can do at home to help save the bay, and more.

Bayland Habitats
download Windows application | 2.5 mb

This game was developed by Environmental Volunteers, an organization that promotes an understanding for the environment, and generously made available free of charge. For more information about Environmental Volunteers, you can visit their site at http://www.EVols.org, or contact them by phone, email, or postal mail at: Environmental Volunteers, 3921 E. Bayshore Rd., Palo Alto, CA 94303. Phone: (650) 961-0545. Fax: (650) 961-0548. The Executive Director is Allan Berkowitz.