Algalita Marine Research Foundation (AMRF) is a Long Beach, California-based non-profit marine research and education organization. AMRF is a registered 501c(3) organization and all contributions are tax deductible.
Residents for Responsible Desalination: Factual info about Poseidon Inc.’s proposed Huntington Beach desalination plant. We oppose the proposed Desalination Plant in Huntington Beach at the old deteriorated Edison Plant that was brought back to life by Gov. Grey Davis during the State energy crisis. We support R4RD (Residents for Responsible Desalination) in Huntington Beach who do not want to continue the operation of the out of compliance Power Plant in an effort to supply fresh water that will not benefit the City of Huntington Beach and continue to be a negative intrusion to the quality of life to the surrounding residential neighborhoods, beach and ocean. Surfrider does support responsible desalination.
Ocean Water Protecton Program: Orange County Environmental Health- Ocean Water Protection Program. Ocean & Bay Closures, Warnings and Advisories Status Report
Pick Up 3: a solution to beach pollution.
The Citizen Watershed Monitors of Orange County (CWMOC) sponsored by Southern California’s Regional Water Control boards, was formed to grow the citizen water quality monitoring effort of watersheds in Orange County, with a networking approach and with participation from the involved agencies, non-profits, and community based organizations.
Orange County Coastkeeper’s long-term goal is to protect and preserve all of Orange County’s water bodies and restore them to healthy, fully functioning systems that will protect recreational uses and aquatic life.
Huntington Beach Longboard Crew Our goal is to have fun while generating funds and providing services for worthy causes. Member’s ages range under 10 to over 75 years old. Members are well traveled and have excursions to remote areas of the world. When we get together it’s normally just for fun in Surf City.
Huntington Beach Green Guide Eco-friendly? Going green? What does this mean for your home life? It suggests an awareness of each individual’s impact on the environment. Not everyone is a tree hugger in the purist sense of the word, but in an effort to be environmentally responsible, all of us can stand to incorporate some aspects of energy conservation and green living into our homes. Even small changes can have a big impact over time.
The Long Beach Surf Club is a not for profit organization for educational purposes. Its principal objective is to preserve and promote appreciation for ocean related recreational activities.
Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum We invite you to join us, as we continue to build our dream–a dream that began over twenty years ago, of a truly international surfing museum, one that salutes surfing around the world, its pioneers, its culture and its evolution. The foundation of our museum is built from its membership and their love for the spirit that is surfing.
The Southern California Marine Institute (SCMI) represents a strategic alliance of 10 major universities in southern California. Ten universities from the California State University System representing the Ocean Studies Institute (Dominguez Hills, Fullerton, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Northridge, Pomona, San Bernardino and San Marcos) combined their marine resources with those of the University of Southern California, Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies and Occidental College to provide marine expertise and hands-on experience to students at all levels.
SCCOOS So Cal Coastal Ocean Observatory System brings together coastal observations in the Southern California Bight to provide information necessary to address issues in climate change, ecosystem preservation and management, coastal water quality, maritime operations, coastal hazards and national security.
Save Our Beach is a nonprofit 501(C)3 corporation ID# 35-2176382 dedicated to improving the water quality along the Southern California coastline.
River’s End Cafe is a tropical beach patio restaurant, serving a unique menu of American, Southern Caribbean and Central American dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Shorebreak Hotel is a major supporter of the Huntington/Seal Beach Surfrider Chapter. The ultimate Southern California beach experience with a contemporary twist. Shorebreak Hotel, in Huntington Beach, combines the relaxed, sun-drenched spirit of an Orange County coastline hotel with edgy modern accents. The only Huntington Beach hotel located near the iconic intersection of Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway, Shorebreak situates you at the center of eclectic shopping, dining, and entertainment…all within earshot of crashing ocean waves. A singular Huntington Beach hotel experience.