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Surfrider Celebrates 34 Coastal Victories in 2014
What a year! In 2014, your generous donations enabled our chapters to win 34 victories for our oceans, waves and beaches. Check out our "Year In Review" for a breakdown of our regional victories and campaign priorities, as well as a look ahead to 2015.
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Activist Spotlight: Our Volunteers
In a new feature of our website, Surfrider’s Activist Spotlight, you can learn more about our volunteers and their Surfrider journey. Read more about two coastal defenders with powerful stories, Eleanor Hines and Rob “Birdlegs” Caughlan.
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Stand with Surfrider Every Month
The success of our activists, like Rob and Eleanor, could not be possible without the incredible support from our members -- you. Now, there’s an even easier way to support Surfrider: by becoming a monthly giver. From protecting coastlines to providing crucial supplies for our volunteers, your contribution will have a direct impact.
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Pete Stauffer Appointed to NOAA Committee
A BIG congratulations to our Senior Ocean Program Manager, Pete Stauffer, who was appointed to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee. Learn more about the crucial work of this committee and Pete’s role in helping to strengthen and connect the nation’s MPA programs.
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Surfing After a Rain, What are the Risks?
A single rainstorm can produce billions of gallons of polluted runoff into the ocean. As the rainy season is underway, our Senior Staff Scientist, Rick Wilson, answers the question: Is paddling out worth the risk of getting sick?
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Ocean Friendly Gardens Latest Report
The Surfrider Foundation's Ocean Friendly Gardens program exists to combat runoff pollution and revive our oceans and watersheds. Learn and be inspired by the awesome efforts of the program in 2013, detailed in a newly released annual report.
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