Read News & Articles About The Beach Preservation Program

Beaches are a public resource held in the public trust. Beaches provide affordable recreational access available to everyone. As human activities and development in coastal areas increase, preservation of these areas becomes more important. Increasingly, coastal development poses a threat to our naturally dynamic shoreline. Protecting development has become a priority over protecting the shoreline and beaches and Surfrider is concerned about that. Preservation and restoration of San Diego County’s natural beaches, wavecut platforms, nearshore environment, and sandstone bluffs is important. The goal is preservation of San Diego’s remaining natural coastline and restoration of the coast to its natural, unarmored state, including the landward migration of the shoreline due to the natural geology of the San Diego coast and sea level rise.

For more information on our Beach Preservation campaign check out the links below.

Beach Preservation Policy

Sand Supply Lecture

Dynamics of Beach Sand

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