No better way to celebrate our freedom than to blow up the beaches and leave the toxic debris to be hauled off by the tide, right? Well at least not everyone feels that way… we had a great turnout for our 5th of July cleanup and we’d like to give a HUGE thanks to our partners and all the volunteers who made it happen!
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The Friends of Cape Falcon Marine Reserve just announced an exciting job opportunity on the North Coast working on the implementation of the Cape Falcon Marine Reserve. Job description and application information posted below.
The Portland Chapter’s Surfrider Soiree fundraiser went off for a third year in a row, rallying the Portland surf community around the chapter’s local clean water initiatives: Green Streets, Blue Water Task Force, Ocean Friendly Gardens and Hold On To Your Butts (HOTYB).
We are pleased to announce that we’ve found a fantastic individual, Jesse Jones, to help further develop the our North Coast Blue Water Task Force program and partnership with Oregon Parks and Recreation (OPRD) and Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on water quality monitoring at Oswald West State Park. Our ability to bring Jesse on board is due to the generosity of the Eva Chiles Meyer Fund #1 and the Oneatta Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation.