The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves and beaches for all people, through conservation, activism, research and education.
Surfrider Foundation now has over 600,000 members in the USA; in addition, International Surfrider Foundation chapters and affiliates have been established in many foreign countries including the Surfrider Foundation Europe (with ongoing programs and Chapters in France, Germany, Spain, Portugal and Italy) as well as Japan, Brazil, and Australia.
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The Trump Administration plans to open the Atlantic, Pacific, Eastern Gulf, and Arctic to new offshore oil drilling. Offshore drilling is a dirty and destructive business that will harm our ocean and coastal communities.
We are witnessing the largest assault on our ocean in American History.
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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN FEBRUARY 2020:
Surfrider Foundation Programs
The Surfrider Foundation’s greatest strength is our grassroots, community-based focus and our ability to act as local activists for the protection of the coast. Click below to learn more about the Huntington/Seal Beach Chapter’s programs.
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Take a photo of your postcard to show your opposition for new offshore oil drilling. Be sure to upload your photo to social media and use the hashtag #DefendOurCoasts.
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YEARS OF CLEANUP RESULTS & PHOTO GALLERIES
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Shopping carts, furniture, baby strollers, suitcases and orange cones were some of the bigger pieces of trash strewn on the sand with countless plastic bottles, baby diapers, and bits of Styrofoam mixed in with tree branches and twigs.
Pam Conti, a school teacher who regularly does water-quality testing at Doheny State Beach with her class, posted video on social media showing...
Trash brought in from storm drains along the San Gabriel River can be seen up and down the beach, even after a tractor had apparently tried to clean up by pushing a large amount of garbage into a pile.
The mouth of the river opens into the ocean, allowing products like strollers, baby diapers, syringes and furniture to wash up on shore, Tony Soriano with Surfrider Foundation said.
Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG
Trash is seen along Seal Beach on Feb. 5, 2019. (Credit: KTLA)
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General Meeting with discussions on Chapter Programs, Education Club Presentations and a Special Movie Premiere.