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Surfrider Foundation Challenges Shrimp Farm Pollution in Kauaʻi

By Angela Howe

Clean Water Posts

11.30.22 A Supercharged Atlantic Hurricane Season: Hurricane Ian’s Lingering Impacts on Southwest Florida’s Waters
11.28.22 Growing Ocean Friendly Gardens with Native Plants
11.15.22 Building Climate Resiliency in Los Angeles with Ocean Friendly Gardens and Dashboard Earth
11.01.22 Surfrider Launches Series on Wastewater Infrastructure Failures
11.01.22 Empowering people to protect our ocean with community-based science programs
10.17.22 A Supercharged Atlantic Hurricane Season: How Stronger, Wetter Storms Exacerbate Florida’s Sewage Pollution Crisis
10.12.22 Oʻahu Chapter Releases Report to Warn Public of High Lead Contamination at ʻEwa Beach in Pu’uloa
10.03.22 Surfrider Celebrates Achievements in U.S. Steel Campaign
10.03.22 Florida Keys Chapter launches a Blue Water Task Force program
09.06.22 US, Mexico & California invest big to protect clean water and healthy communities in border region
08.24.22 Surfrider Tests Beach Water Radiation Levels at San Onofre
08.12.22 Pollution Source Tracking to Protect Public Health at the Beach
08.09.22 The Blue Water Task Force continues to grow
07.25.22 Upcoming Supreme Court Decision Could Limit Federal Protection of Wetlands
07.18.22 Surfrider Foundation Files Citizen Suit to Clean Up Water Pollution at Kīkīaola Harbor
07.01.22 Dangerous Supreme Court Decision Takes a Major Blow to Climate Action Efforts
06.24.22 New Rapid Tests at San Diego Beaches Focus Attention on Border Sewage Problems
06.17.22 This Summer Opt for Reef Friendly Sun Protection
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