No Border Sewage (No BS) is a program to address the environmental issues affecting the wetland areas and beaches of the border region. Through No B.S. we hope to raise awareness, outreach and education of this incredibly overwhelming problem. Additionally, we have formed a network of like-minded organizations. It is through this network we will build consensus and collaboration to address the conservation and restoration of the Tijuana River Watershed.
The Blue Water Task Force (BWTF) is the Surfrider Foundation San Diego County Chapter’s primary research and water quality monitoring program. We’ve teamed up with San Diego Coastkeeper to implement a water quality monitoring program to alert surfers and beach-goers about water quality problems and to work toward solutions.
The Blue Water Task Force has demonstrated success by raising public awareness of coastal water pollution levels. The joint efforts have precipitated the establishment of a very successful local government water quality monitoring system, which issues timely advisories to surfers and beach goers alerting them to unsafe conditions at specific surf breaks.
If you have gotten sick from being in the ocean, please submit an Ocean Illness Report.
For more information on our Blue Water Task Force program, click here!