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Team Surfrider launches on #GivingTuesday to raise funds and awareness to protect our ocean and coastlines for future generations Read More »

Agreement between Orange County toll road agency, Attorney General and a broad coalition of national and local environmental groups will protect San Onofre State Beach, the Richard and Donna O’Neill Conservancy and San Mateo Creek watershed while allowing exploration of other transportation solutions for South Orange County, CA Read More »

The successful passage of Proposition 67 upholds the nation’s first statewide plastic bag ban Read More »

Study determines significant correlation between water quality and illness rates during wet weather. Read More »

New Lawsuit Filed Against California Coastal Commission in a vague effort to close off Martins Beach Read More »

Campaign kicks off to engage coastal defenders to reverse plastic pollution and other threats to the ocean and coasts for the future. Read More »

For more than 30 years, the Surfrider Foundation has leveraged citizen science to identify and solve issues facing their coasts. Once again, Surfrider will be engaging the community, specifically surfers, to collect critical data in a nearshore environment using a surfboard fin, called the Smartfin. Read More »

After years of advocacy by the Surfrider Foundation, the Hawaii Department of Health has posted signs warning beachgoers of polluted waters near Waiopili Stream at Mahaulepu Beach in Kaua’i Read More »

Draft Plan shows progress but action needed to safeguard ecologically important areas from future development Read More »

On Monday, June 20, 2016, the Surfrider Foundation will host more than 200 events globally in celebration of the 12th International Surfing Day (ISD), an annual event to raise awareness, engage communities and support to help protect and preserve our ocean for future generations. Read More »

Surfrider releases its Clean Water 2015 Annual Report showing more than 70% of water samples being safe to swim in. Read More »

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