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06 • 16 • 2022

Surfrider Foundation Hosts Global Celebrations for International Surfing Day on June 18th

06 • 13 • 2022

SpaceX’s Texas Site Needs Full Environmental Review, Conservationists Say

06 • 08 • 2022

Billabong and the Surfrider Foundation Launch Limited-Edition ‘Create for the Coast’ Collection

05 • 26 • 2022

Surfrider Foundation’s Clean Water Report Reveals High Bacteria Levels at Popular U.S. Beaches

05 • 24 • 2022

Citizens and Elected Leaders of Orange County Assemble to Oppose Offshore Drilling and Demand Climate Action

03 • 30 • 2022

The Surfrider Foundation Expands Global Impact With New Canada Affiliate

03 • 07 • 2022

Surfrider Foundation to Meet with Congressional Leaders for Coastal Recreation Hill Day

02 • 16 • 2022

Legal Intervention Backs California’s Authority to Protect Oceano Dunes From Off-Road Vehicles

01 • 18 • 2022

Surfrider Foundation Appoints Zach Plopper As Environmental Director

11 • 09 • 2021

Surfrider’s 5th Annual State of the Beach Report Reveals the Majority of Coastal States Are Not Prepared for Climate Change Impacts

10 • 19 • 2021

City of Huntington Beach Becomes 100th West Coast Municipality to Pass a Resolution Opposing New Offshore Drilling

07 • 15 • 2021

Surfrider Foundation’s Annual Beach Cleanup Report Reveals that Nearly 90% of Pollution Across Nation’s Beaches Are Plastic

06 • 16 • 2021

Surfrider Foundation Welcomes Global Celebrations for International Surfing Day on June 19th

05 • 25 • 2021

Surfrider Foundation Releases Annual Clean Water Report to Protect Public Health at the Beach

03 • 09 • 2021

The Surfrider Foundation and recreation industry leaders will virtually meet with U.S. officials to demand immediate action on the climate crisis

11 • 25 • 2020

Surfrider Foundation Joins with Our Radioactive Ocean Project to Measure Beach Water Radiation at San Onofre

11 • 24 • 2020

The Surfrider Foundation Welcomes International Affiliate In Senegal

10 • 14 • 2020

Surfrider State of the Beach Report: States Hit Hardest by Extreme Weather and Climate Change Remain the Least Prepared