The Surfrider Foundation is strongly opposed to the expansion of offshore drilling off the Atlantic and Arctic oceans. It is a dirty and dangerous practice that threatens the health of our oceans and coastal communities. Read More »

The non-profit remains focused in 2015 Read More »

Change begins onshore. It starts with you. Read More »

Chad Nelsen to lead the global nonprofit organization Read More »

Today, the Surfrider Foundation (, scored a huge victory in its protracted legal battle against billionaire and venture capitalist, Vinod Khosla, to restore beach access at Martin’s Beach in San Mateo, California. Read More »

Late last night, in a landmark decision, the California State Legislature banned single-use plastic bags, making California the first state to outlaw single-use plastic bags. Read More »

The non-profit honors its heritage and 250,000+ supporters around the world with first-ever online timeline and 2015 t-shirt design contest Read More »

This may just be the first round of what is expected to be another long battle. Yet, the outcome of this case will set a precedent for the future of public access at all beaches along our coasts. Read More »

Airline Joins the Non-Profit to Support Beach Clean-Ups and Conservation Programs Throughout the Americas Read More »

Volunteers collected 22,000 pounds of trash and raised awareness for oceans Read More »

Honoring special coastal places, Instagram contest and membership packages announced Read More »

June is World Oceans Month and Surfrider is raising awareness about the increasingly damaging effects that pollution, habitat loss, development and climate change have on our oceans. Read More »

Celebrating 10-Years of Stoke on June 20 Read More »

Public participation encouraged on Monday May 5 Read More »

Surfrider Foundation and Volkswagen’s Think Blue.® Campaign Promote Clean Water Read More »

Tweet-to-win a prize pack valued at more than $350 Read More »

White House proposes to eliminate all funding for beach water testing and public health protection program. Read More »

The Surfrider Foundation is deeply dismayed by the final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) released today by the Federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management. Read More »

On Saturday, February 22, The Surfrider Foundation’s Board of Directors and Staff gathered at the Talega Golf Club in San Clemente, Calif., to honor individuals and companies for their outstanding efforts and support in 2013 to fulfill the Foundation's mission of protecting oceans, waves and beaches. Read More »

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