The Blue Water Task Force is the Surfrider Foundation’s volunteer water quality monitoring, education and advocacy program. This report covers all chapter program activity and results reported during the 2014 calendar year.
Point 97 and the Surfrider Foundation's baseline report of survey results from their survey of recreational use of the coast in the state of Washington.
Ocean Friendly Gardens is the Surfrider Foundation's volunteer-run landscape education, hands-on training and advocacy program.
Pete Stauffer, Environmental Director (The Drop, Spring 2015)
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.
This Legal Handbook is intended to serve as a tool to empower Surfrider Foundation Chapters, members and activists in their legal endeavors. The handbook is an informational resource meant to serve as a reference guide for work on the legal aspects of Surfrider Foundation’s local campaigns.