Portland Chapter

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October 7, 2014

October Chapter Meeting: Sick From Too Much Surfing?!

For our October Chapter meeting we have invited Dr. David L. Stone to speak about a new study he and his colleagues at OSU completed on the association between risk-based behaviors with self-reported illnesses among Pacific Northwest surfers.

Although us surfers have high incidental exposure to marine waters, no studies have investigated if surfer risk behaviors (such as surfing during advisories, near an outfall, during a rain event, or use of personal protective equipment) increase or decrease the risk of acquiring waterborne illnesses. Here is a link to the original study from 2008.

Come learn more about what is happening in our waters and to our bodies.

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September 18, 2014

We Cleaned Up the Headwaters!

The purpose of the Snowrider Project’s Annual Salmon Headwaters Cleanup on Mt. Hood is threefold:  to give the mountain a needed scrubbing, to remind people why they should want clean water, air and green land, and to empower them to make change.
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September 17, 2014

Peninsula School Rain Garden Planting!

Date: Monday, September 22nd
Time: 8am – 2 PM
Location: Peninsula K-8 Courtyard (8125 N Emerald St. Portland 97217)
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September 4, 2014

September Green Streets!!

We have two green streets in the month of September. Green Streets is a partnership between the City of Portland and our local Surfrider chapter that aims to keep our streets clean and our local bioswales healthy. Bioswales are those 
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August 28, 2014

Hold Onto Your Butt Video!

Our media team here in Portland help create a short video about our Hold Onto Your Butt campaign. Check out the video and share with your networks to help promote. We hope that through our efforts our beaches will remain free of these toxic items and will help keep our beaches beautiful for years to come.
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