What Are You Fighting For?

Clean water, healthy beaches, accessible coasts, plastic-free shorelines—these are all things that our activists and volunteers are fighting for every single day.

With recent scale backs in support to government agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency, and the proposition of new offshore oil drilling along our coasts, Surfrider’s work in protecting and fighting for what we love, is more important than ever. Our ocean faces a growing number of threats each and every day and now, more than ever, we ask you to join the fight for clean water and healthy beaches.

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Who will fight for clean water and healthy beaches? Surfrider will. But we can’t do it alone. Join, renew or make an additional gift and Surfrider will send you a “Clean Water, Healthy Beaches” thank you package for your level of support. Give today! (Limited quantities, so support now!)

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Coastal Defenders

Our network of coastal stewards spans the entire country. These are just a few of our activists who are fighting for clean water and healthy beaches.

Colleen Henn

EASTERN LONG ISLAND CHAPTER

Colleen is an ocean advocate and an avid surfer at Ditch Plains. She is a member of our Eastern Long Island Chapter and leads water-testing efforts in and around the tight-knit community of Montauk, NY. Colleen has organized beach cleanups, created educational outreach materials, and she has tested waterways all across the East End of Long Island for harmful bacteria.

“The biggest thing that I preach is respect for our natural surroundings. We live in a community that is 100% surrounded by water. We depend on our beaches for our livelihood, recreation, and future, so it is essential that we respect them.”


Cameron Brown

SOUTH BAY CHAPTER

Cameron’s family owns a small bar and grill in El Segundo, CA. He is a lifelong surfer who has made it his mission to educate others about the importance of sustainability in our lives and the connection between humans and the planet. Cameron once surfed for an entire year by only using his bike as transportation—to raise awareness about how and why we should be lowering our carbon emissions, and the impact of global warming on our planet.

Cameron is now the Chairman of our South Bay Chapter in Los Angeles, CA and he continues to inspire surfers and beachgoers around the globe to think differently about their impact on the planet.

“I believe deeply in sustainability. That we should be able to meet our needs now without making it harder for future people to meet their own needs. This belief drives all that I do.”