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Protect what you love!
The Draft Mid-Atlantic Regional Ocean Action Plan was released this week. Surfrider applauds the milestone document which was shaped by thousands of ocean stakeholders over a three year period. We also offer our recommendations to ensure that the Mid-Atlantic's ocean ecosystem and coastal recreation areas will be protected for generations to come. Learn more!
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Getting slimed in Florida?
Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a State of Emergency in St. Lucie and Martin Counties on the Atlantic Coast of Florida in response to massive blue-green algae blooms that are covering the St. Lucie River and contaminating area canals, estuaries and ocean beaches. While this was created by a perfect storm of factors, find out what can be done to prevent this from happening in the future to conserve our ecosystems and the economies that rely on them!
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Another Day, Another Spill?
A few weeks ago in Ventura, Crimson Pipeline spewed an estimated 29,400 gallons of crude oil into a drainage basin, which channels down to Ventura Pier. While the oil was contained before it reached the ocean, it’s no longer a matter of “if” a spill happens, but “when” a spill happens. Get involved!
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Rising Tides
With leadership from decision makers, community members, scientists, planners and more, there is hope that the city and county of San Diego will be able to adapt and maintain its precious coastal recreational areas in the process of a changing coastline. Find out more!
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Real #oceanlove newlyweds!
Meet Kauai'i Surfrider Chapter volunteers, Lori Stitt and Scott McCubbin, who have been members since 2005 and 2013, and tied the knot in June!
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