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Surfrider Holds Beach Qualities in their Hands

Have you ever gone to a beach and wished the quality of it was better? The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to improve the ocean and beach qualities.   214 more words


Success (Again) for San Onofre!

We won another victory (our fifth one!) yesterday, March 16, at the San Diego Regional Water Quality Board (RWQB.) The RWQB adopted findings that once and for all rejected Waste Water Discharge permits the Toll Road Authority’s (TCA) had requested. 206 more words

California State Parks Foundation

VIDEO: Vancouver Beach Clean-up with SurfRider- Jericho Beach

As a coastal city, Vancouver and it’s residents are a continual contribution to the ocean’s marine debris and pollution levels. SurfRider, an international non-profit organization  dedicated to protecting oceans, hosts monthly beach clean-ups around the Vancouver area. 45 more words


Boomerang bags!

Linda is the proud recipient of the January Volunteer Award from the non-profit Surfrider Perth Foundation.

Linda’s niece, Magen, is currently the president of the Surfrider Perth branch. 95 more words


Paradise Found - Thailand

Sharin’ the Dream

A Surfrider Member Profile

Written by SurfWriter Girls Sunny Magdaug and Patti Kishel

Photos by Don MacLean

 Don MacLean, the Surfrider Foundation… 530 more words


Ghost Nets and Dia de los Muertos race

Surfrider Science ‏@envirosurf Oct 31

This weekend’s Factoid: About Ghost Nets, they are Scary http://tinyurl.com/695e9ct/2014/10/31 … #srfrdr  (go Jim)

I’m a big fan of Jim Moriaty’s work he is tied to an army of organizations now that have grown through his hard and tireless work for all of us. 473 more words

Beware the Bag Monsters!

On Halloween it’s in the Bag!

Written by SurfWriter Girls Sunny Magdaug and Patti Kishel

With the sounds of Halloween here and little ones eager to take their trick-or-treat bags door-to-door, SurfWriter Girls Sunny Magdaug and Patti Kishel are thinking how nice it would be to keep those bags out all year. 441 more words