Coastal Preservation, Ocean Protection, Plastic Pollution, Water Quality
November 03 2017

Come to Washington D.C. for Ocean Recreation Hill Day: February 15-16

by Pete Stauffer

Please join us in Washington D.C. on February 15-16 for an experience you won’t soon forget. Our nation’s elected officials need to hear the voice of the ocean recreation community!

What happens when the country’s most powerful grassroots network of coastal advocates descends upon our nation’s capitol? The answer: Surfrider Foundation’s Ocean Recreation Hill Day!

On February 15-16, 2018, Surfrider members, coastal businesses, and our partners will convene in Washington D.C. to ask our nation’s leaders to protect our coasts and ocean. Come visit with congressional offices, network with advocates from around the country, and enjoy social events in the evening.

Our federal leaders need to hear from Surfrider chapters and other recreational users. Both Congress and the Trump adminstration are considering proposals that would be very damaging to coastal resources and the socioeconomic benefits they provide. Our goal is to elevate the voice of the ocean recreation community and inspire stronger federal leadership on these critical issues. Our lobby priorities for 2018 include:

  • Stop New Offshore Drilling
  • Fund Beach Water Quality Testing
  • Reduce Plastic Pollution
  • Promote Coastal Resilience

Reserve Your Spot Today!

Registration is free and all materials and training will be provided. Attendees can sign up to participate in meetings with congressional offices on both Thursday and Friday (we understand many people will only be available Friday). After we finish our lobby visits, Surfrider’s D.C. Chapter will host a Friday evening celebration for all participants and supporters.

Please join us for a gathering you won't soon forget!

For more info: http://go.surfrider.org/oceanhillday

To RSVP email Katie Day at kday@surfrider.org

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