Ocean Friendly Garden. Surfrider’s Ocean Friendly Gardens program provides the tools and resources to beautify landscapes while using the least amount of water and thus limiting urban runoff – saving time, money and protecting our ocean from the number one source of ocean pollution. " /> Ocean Friendly Garden. Surfrider’s Ocean Friendly Gardens program provides the tools and resources to beautify landscapes while using the least amount of water and thus limiting urban runoff – saving time, money and protecting our ocean from the number one source of ocean pollution. " />
Issue #19 Click to view in browser

MAKING WAVES
DONATE Surfrider

This Spring Get Ocean Friendly
April 22 is Earth Day, and what better way to show your love to Mother Earth than by creating an ocean friendly, drought-resistant and cost-effective landscape. Get inspired to get dirty by watching and learning from our San Diego, Calif., chapter volunteers as they install an Ocean Friendly Garden. Surfrider’s Ocean Friendly Gardens program provides the tools and resources to beautify landscapes while using the least amount of water and thus limiting urban runoff – saving time, money and protecting our ocean from the number one source of ocean pollution.
More
twitter
fbook

Five Years Later, Lessons Still to Learn
April 20 marks the five-year anniversary of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Despite the catastrophic effects this spill had – and continues to have – on the Gulf of Mexico ecosystem and coastal communities, the federal government is still attempting to introduce new offshore drilling along much of the Mid- and South Atlantic. Our Environmental Director, Pete Stauffer, writes about “The Next Great Battle” in our new semi-annual publication The Drop, offered as a new benefit to members who contribute $50 or more annually. Get a sneak peek here.
More
twitter
fbook

The BEACH Act at 15 Years, Needs Your Help
Fifteen years ago, Surfrider fought to pass the BEACH Act to ensure that a day at the beach won’t make you sick. Today, water-testing programs are needed more than ever. Learn more about the history of the BEACH act and join us in asking Congress to restore funding for public health protection at your beach.
More
twitter
fbook

Participate in the Northeast Recreational Use Study
Have you visited the New England coast in the past year? Whether bird watching in Cape Cod or kayaking along the rocky coast of Maine, Surfrider wants to hear about it. Your input will help support the regional ocean planning process as we gather data from the New York edges of Long Island Sound to the far northern reaches of Maine. Take our survey today!
More
twitter
fbook

View a List of Our Generous Donors Here

Follow us
instagram
twitter
fbook
WWW.SWELL.COM
Copyright © 2016 Surfrider Foundation. All rights reserved.
You are receiving these radical emails because you care about our ocean, and you are beautiful.