Protecting special coastal places for recreational use Read More »

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 »

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