Blue Water Task Force 2013 Annual Report
Nobody wants to get sick from swimming or surfing at the beach, but when our waters are polluted, people can get skin rashes, eye infections, nausea, and more. The Surfrider Foundation tests the waters, identifies pollution sources and implements solutions to ensure everyone can enjoy clean water today, tomorrow and for years to come. This is the Foundation's 2013 Blue Water Task Force (water quality report), which covers testing from Jan 1, 2013 through Dec 31, 2013.
990 for 2012
Annual Report 2011
Blue Water Task Force 2012 Annual Report
Summer is right around the corner and this means that many people will soon flock to the beach. To help make sure your day at the beach does not make you sick, the Surfrider Foundation and Emergen-C Blue are releasing the Second Annual Blue Water Task Force Annual Report to share water quality results from the Foundation’s volunteer-run water testing labs. Download the report to read the full results.
Audited Financials for 2011
IRS Form 990 (2011)
“State of the Beach” Oil Trend Study
As we near the two-year anniversary of the tragic Deepwater Horizon Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, the Surfrider Foundation is releasing preliminary findings from the “State of the Beach” oil trend study.
Blue Water Task Force 2011 Annual Report
This World Water Day, the Surfrider Foundation and partner Emergen-C Blue issued the Blue Water Task Force Annual Report to share water quality testing results from the Foundation’s volunteer-run testing labs. Download the report to read the full results.
IRS Form 990 (2010)
Audited Financials for 2010
Annual Report 2010
A Socioeconomic & Recreational Profile of Surfers in the U.S.
The Surfrider Foundation, with support from Surfing Magazine, created the Surf-First Surfer Survey to collect a national data set on the recreational, demographic and economic characteristics of surfers. Here is our report of the results.
Opposition letter to Hasting’s oil drilling bills
The Surfrider Foundation joins 48 organizations representing millions of American's in opposition to three bills sponsored by Doc Hastings (R-WA) that would promote new offshore drilling in US coastal waters.
Oregon Non-Consumptive Recreational Use Study
The Surfrider Foundation has published a new report on ocean recreation in Oregon revealing that 80% of Oregonians visited the coast last year, generating an estimated $2.4 billion in expenditures. The study, a collaboration between the Surfrider Foundation, Ecotrust, and NaturalEquity, investigated participation in activities such as surfing, kayaking, wildlife viewing, and beach going, as well as the economic expenditures related to these uses. The study also collected spatial – or geographic – information on activity use that will be used in Oregon’s Territorial Sea Plan process to identify suitable locations for renewable energy development off Oregon’s coast.
Florida Coastal and Ocean Policy Report Card
A coalition of organizations, including the Surfrider Foundation, authored this document.
Preparing for a Sea Change in Florida
A Strategy to Cope with the Impacts of Global Warming on the State’s Coastal and Marine Systems.
Florida’s Coastal & Ocean Future
A blueprint for environmental and economic leadership.
Ocean Protection in NJ
A blueprint for state-level action for preserving ocean resources for the future.
Free the Beach!
Public Access, Equal Justice, and the California Coast. A 43 page collaborative report.