Ohana Day 2009

Ohana Day – April
A unique program to the Huntington/Seal Beach chapter. Ohana Day is the weekend before Earth Day, each year. It is a way for families to come together at the beach to learn about our earth, specifically the ocean and all it has to offer. We invite local businesses, green vendors, and friends of Surfrider to participate in a day of fun and education at the beach.

* image created and donated by Candace Iwami

Respect The Beach
Respect the Beach (RTB) is an award-winning coastal educational program that includes field trips, classroom lectures, handouts, video, and hands-on projects designed to explain coastal watershed processes, shoreline ecology and coastal areas stewardship to K-12 students and community groups. The Respect the Beach program is brought into classrooms by Surfrider members, who represent ocean environmentalism from the surfer’s perspective, and who are role models that students can relate to.

Beach Cleanups, Kids Too
Attention Students, Clubs, Girl Scouts, and Boy Scouts. Earn extra credit or fulfill your community service school requirements at our Monthly Beach Clean Ups! It’s a fun and easy way to help protect our oceans, beaches and waves! Bring your friends, parents, teachers, brothers and sisters.  Beach Cleanup Information.

Save Our Seas
Save Our Seas is a marine curriculum of hands-on activities to help students understand the effects of marine debris on coastal wildlife and habitats. It is designed for K-12th grades, and can be used in conjunction with a beach cleanup.

California Coastal Commission Public Education Program

Pam Conti: Education Chair




Joe-SamoaJoe McMullin: Co-Chair
562 216-0257



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