Who We Are

Honey Pot Day is hosted by The Bay Foundation.  It is funded by the California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways Clean Vessel Act Education Program and a Federal Clean Vessel Act grant through the Sport Fish Restoration Program.
Federal Clean Vessel Act grants are funded by your purchases of fishing equipment and motorboat fuel.

California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways 

Clean Vessel Education Program

The Clean Vessel Education Program is funded by California State Parks, Division of Boating and Waterways through the Sport Fish Restoration Program. Federal Clean Vessel Act grants are funded by your purchases of fishing equipment and motorboat fuel.  The Program promotes the installation of pumpout facilities and educational programs that inform recreational boaters of the importance of proper waste disposal. 

The Bay Foundation

Boater Education Program

The Bay Foundation is an independent, 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that supports the goals and mission of the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission, a National Estuary Program.  In 1996, the Boater Education and Outreach Program was initiated.  Our specific mission is to reduce ocean pollution generated by boating activities.  We accomplish our goals through public engagement, collaboration, and technical assistance.

San Francisco Estuary Partnership Clean Vessel Act Program

The San Francisco Estuary Partnership (SFEP) is one of the 28 National Estuary Programs and is a federal-state-local partnership working to restore water quality and manage the natural resources of the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary while maintaining the regions economic vitality.  The SFEP's Clean Vessel Act Program is charged with conducting communication and outreach to boaters in an effort to reduce sewage discharge from recreational boaters in the Bay-Delta Estuary.  

Our Team​

California State Parks
Division of Boating & Waterways

Environmental Boating Program Coordinator


Vivian Matuk

Vivian Matuk is the California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW) and the California Coastal Commission’s (CCC) Environmental Boating Program Coordinator.  The Program is led by DBW and implemented in partnership with CCC.  The program promotes environmentally-sound boating practices to marine business and boaters. Vivian has a Bachelor degree in Biology from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Colombia, South America and a Masters in Geography concentration in Environmental Management and Natural Resource Planning from San Francisco State University.  Vivian previously worked with the Bay Conservation and Development Commission.  She also worked with the National Coffee Research Center in Colombia developing eco-toxicological tests to measure the impact caused by coffee-processing wastes. 


Vivian has been awarded the “Steven Pease Memorial Award” for outstanding graduate student in 2000 and the 2011 National Environmental Leadership Award provided by the Boat US Foundation.


Contact Vivian.


The Bay Foundation

Community Engagement Program Manager


Victoria Gambale

Victoria received her B.S. in Marine Biology from Roger Williams University where she conducted research on the giant clam.  Victoria came to The Bay Foundation after receiving a M.S. in Fisheries Science with a minor in Environmental Science from Louisiana State University, where she spoke on oysters for TEDxLSU.  Victoria’s graduate research focused on oyster production methods for the commercial industry.  She now works to improve the water quality of Santa Monica Bay through the Boater Education Program and Clean Bay Certified Restaurant Program.

Contact Victoria.

The Bay Foundation

Community Engagement Coordinator​

Georgia Tunioli

Georgia Tunioli is the Community Engagement Coordinator for The Bay Foundation’s Boater Education Program and Clean Bay Restaurant Certification Program.  Prior to The Bay Foundation, she worked on the Center for Biological Diversity’s Clean Air Cities Campaign and is Assistant Editor and Community Manager at TheKindLife.com.  She has a B.S. in Environmental Science and B.A. in International Relations with a concentration in Sustainable Development from the University of Redlands.​​​​

Contact Georgia.

San Francisco Estuary Partnership

Environmental Specialist

Adrien Baudrimont

Adrien Baudrimont has been working with SFEP for the past 2 years as an Environmental Planner.  Adrien managed the San Francisco Creek Mouth Assessment Project, as well as the SFEP Small Grant Program before taking an active role in the Boater Outreach and Education Program.  Before joining the Partnership, Adrien worked for several cities in Europe as a consultant in urban planning and sustainable development.  Adrien has a Master's in Geography and Urban Planning from the University of Paris Sorbonne​​​

Contact Adrien.

San Francisco Estuary Partnership

Environmental Planner


Natasha Dunn

Natasha Dunn, Environmental Planner,  works on SFEP’s Clean Vessel Act Program in the Sacramento/San Joaquin River Delta, and provides support to other programs. Previous to joining the Partnership, Natasha worked for the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) researching regional water infrastructure issues.  She has also worked on infrastructure resilience conferences for ABAG and the Sherwood Institute.  Natasha has a B.S. in Environmental Studies from San Francisco State University and an M.S. in Water Resource Management from Fresno State University.


Contact Natasha.







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