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MAKING WAVES
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Protect the Columbia River.
In Washington, Tesoro-Savage wants to build the largest oil terminal in the Nation. This terminal puts the Columbia River and the coast of Oregon and Washington at risk of oil spills. The harms and risks to our water, air, and health are simply too great! Read more and submit a comment today opposing this terminal.
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Super 6.
In 2016, Surfrider is focusing on the “Super 6” – our top six priorities for the year. At any given time, the Surfrider Foundation’s chapter network fights over 80 different battles to protect our ocean, waves and beaches, but these are the priorities that have risen to the top. Read more and see how you can get involved.
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A kick to the groin.
The Surfrider Foundation, on behalf of its Georgia Chapter filed an administrative appeal challenging the Georgia Shore Protection Committee’s decision to permit a permanent 350-foot long rock groin on Sea Island, in southeast Georgia. Read more about how this project would exacerbate erosion of this already highly erosive coastal barrier island, with devastating impacts.
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Keeping the trash out of CA.
California’s Trash Amendments are now in effect following approval by the US EPA. Read more about this huge step forward to help California keep trash out of streams, lakes, bays, estuaries, and coastal waters.
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Jumping down the rabbit hole.
He got involved with the Surfrider Foundation in 2005 when a cherished beach park, Isla Blanca Park on South Padre Island, was going to be developed into a marina and casino resort. Read more about Rob Nixon, the Chair of Surfrider's South Texas Chapter, and how his leap into Surfrider helped preserve the Texas coast he knows and loves.
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