WHICH BEACH DO YOU WANT?

 

 

 

 

It’s up to us to ensure every beach and every wave is healthy and pristine.  Your support today will make that a reality!  Support Surfrider’s efforts to protect the many miles of coastline we already have covered, but also take on more in 2018.

 

INTERNS WANTED

Surfrider Foundation San Diego is looking for a few highly skilled interns for the Spring 2018 term!  Interns should be interested in environmental nonprofit work, have an understanding of the Surfrider Foundation and be enrolled in University or a recent graduate.

CORE VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION

 

Join us for CVO and kickstart your volunteering with the Surfrider Foundation San Diego County Chapter!

CVO will be on Monday, December 18th from 6:30-8pm.  Pizza and beverages are provided!

For Our Ocean, Waves and Beaches.

With nearly 70 miles of coastline to protect, our chapter is one of the largest and most active in the world.  We are a grassroots organization, which means the people working to protect our local oceans, waves and beaches are volunteers who care about San Diego and want to make a difference.

CALL TO ACTION

 

Since the major sewage spill this past winter, there have been 14 small scale spills from Mexico, but no emergency cleanup efforts despite ill residents and dead wildlife.  It is time to resolve the border sewage problem and clean up our beaches.

WHAT WE DO

Protect & Enjoy

We ensure clean water, healthy ocean and coastlines and accessible beaches for all to enjoy by finding lasting solutions to the threats our ocean faces.

2016 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

In 2016, 6,333 volunteers removed 9,399 pounds of debris during beach cleanups in coastal areas of San Diego, capturing it before it could pollute the ocean.

Click the link below to read about our victories in 2016 and previous years!

UPCOMING EVENTS

LATEST NEWS

2017 State of the Beach Report Card

The Surfrider Foundation released the 2017 State of the Beach Report Card, which evaluates U.S. states and territories on their policies to protect our nation’s beaches from coastal erosion, haphazard development, and sea level rise.

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