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May 27, 2015

Youth Club Takes Foam Ban to Capitol

Last Tuesday, students from Bandon High School’s Surfrider Youth Club joined students from Sunnyside Environmental School at the Capitol in Salem to testify on HB 2762, a bill that would eliminate the use of polystyrene lunch trays in schools. Ten students from our youth club were joined by teacher Trent Hatfield and made the long haul from Bandon in order to testify in front of the Senate Committee on Education as well as take a quick tour of the Capitol. The bill passed committee today and is on it’s way to floor for final reads.
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May 5, 2015

Marine Reserve Field Research Season Begins

We’re officially entering the time of year when the weather and sea state presents favorable conditions for ecological monitoring of Oregon’s Marine Reserves.  Check out some of the cool research that the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is conducting this season and learn a little more about ways you can get involved in this field season’s citizen science efforts through organizations and groups within the Oregon Marine Reserves Partnership.
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May 3, 2015

Act Now to Prevent Surfing at the Cape a Crime!

Your voice is needed to continue surfing the Cape! An Oregon Marine Board proposed rule comment period is open that would restrict surfing in a proposed “safety zone” in Pacific City from the south side of Cape Kiwanda, approximately 1100 yards to the south. This is a truly special place for ocean and beach recreational users, a premiere destination for surfers and dory fishermen alike. Act now by reading on for more information, sign our petition or send written comments to keep surfing from becoming a crime at the Cape!take_action


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April 30, 2015

Rise Above Plastics Bills – Headed to Senate

Two pieces of legislation have caught the eye and advocacy of our Surfrider Chapters in Oregon this session, both offering opportunities to make some decent progress for our ongoing Rise Above Plastics initiative. First up is HB 3478, currently on the house floor for it’s third reading aims to phase out the use of plastic microbeads, which are becoming ubiquitous in many personal care products like toothpastes, cosmetics and facial scrubs. Designed to be washed down the drain, these plastic particles are not removed from most wastewater treatment plants and ultimately end up polluting our waterways and oceans. Next up is HB 2762, which requires school districts to eliminate use of polystyrene foam plates, trays and other food containers in school meal service. Initiated by students, this is an awesome aim to remove some of the worst and least recyclable trash from our waste stream  and has some of our youth clubs fired up to visit Salem!
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April 28, 2015

Ocean Policy Advisory Council to Meet May 7-8th

The Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) will be meeting May 7-8th, in Bandon Oregon and your recreational ocean voices should be heard! What do recreational users have to do with Ocean Policy…quite simply, alot! From Surfrider’s engagement in various OPAC processes over the years such as Territorial Sea Planning, we’ve helped to protect some of Oregon’s most special recreational areas while providing other opportunities for renewable energy development. We’ve negotiated tough paths to protect special ecosystems through marine reserves while keeping the majority of our nearshore open to our local fishing communities. From the water we swim and surf in to the special and important recreational areas we hold close, our surfing, beach-loving, dog-walking, diving and greater recreational community has a lot to do with ocean policy!
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April 21, 2015

Coos Bay Chapter Receives Statewide Recognition from Travel Oregon

The Coos Bay Chapter was recently awarded Travel Oregon’s  Outstanding Oregon Tourism Volunteer Award, part of their 2014 Travel and Tourism Industry Achievement Awards, which recognizes the significant commitment by an individual or a group of individuals who exemplify the positive impact volunteers have on Oregon’s travel and tourism industry and the state’s economy.


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