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Surfrider Oregon Newsletters

May 2024 - Offshore Wind overview and engagement opportunities; improving surf forecast; Volunteer takes to the sky to document coastal erosion; Otter Rock n Roll; Ocean Acidification regulation; Earth Month recap

April 2024 - Reusable rulemaking update; Winter Cleanup results; Coos Bay Gala Success; Megan Hoff volunteer spotlight

March 2024 - Legislative wins; Oregon Surfrider Volunteers Receive National Recognition; Offshore Wind update; NOAA funding for July 5 debris prevention

February 2024 - Legislative actions; State of the Beach Report; Winter Beach Cleanup Series is back; Insights from Oregon Ocean Science Trust Summit

January 2024 - Looking back - a Year in Review (plastic policy wins, regulating ocean acidification, BOEM comments on Offshore Wind, progress on Lighthouse Beach, protecting shoreline in Cannon Beach)

November 2023 - September cleanup results; Surfrider files comments on Draft Offshore Wind Energy Areas; Oswald West Action Day recap; New Ocean Policy Advisory Council appointment; Cascadia Conference

September 2023 - SuperDrive Campaign Victory!  Oregon Offshore Wind Energy Areas announced; NOAA seeks CZMP input; Coos Bay surf camps recap

August 2023 - July 5th cleanup results; learn about the SuperDrive campaign; Surf Camps; Offshore Wind; exploring nature-based solutions for Oregon's beaches

July 2023 - Otter Rock and Roll; Marine Reserve Legislative Setbacks; July 5th cleanups; Oregon Leadership Calls for Pause on Offshore Wind

June 2023 - Meet Kaia, new Oregon Regional Manager; Marine Reserve Action Alert; Plastic Pollution Victories! Lighthouse Beach Campaign Update; Oswald West Action Day recap

April 2023 - Take action for Marine Reserves; plastic policies moving through the legislature; stay up to date on policy with our new Statewide Policy Page; Coastal Recreation Hill Day recap; Coos Bay Gala

Feb 2023 - Break up with Plastic Day of Action; Saying goodbye to Bri, Oregon Field Manager; Oregon Reaches Milestone in the Road to Reuse; New Resource Launched to Track Surfrider Oregon's Statewide Policy Work