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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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April 17, 2015

Surfrider/DEQ Beach Bacteria Workshop 04/28

Find out how the Oregon Beach Monitoring Program, Newport and Siuslaw Chapters’ Surfrider’s Blue Water Task Force (BWTF) monitoring programs and local knowledge is being used in DEQ’s Midcoast Water Quality Management process.
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April 9, 2015

UPDATE: Access Fee at Winchester Bay – Rally at Park Advisory Board meeting 5/15

Oswald West believed the that public should have free and unfettered access to Oregon’s beaches. On February 13, 1913, Governor West signed landmark legislation that set aside Oregon’s beaches for public use:

“The shore of the Pacific Ocean, between ordinary high tide and extreme low tide, and from the Columbia River on the north to the Oregon and California State line on the south, is hereby declared a public highway and shall forever remain open as such to the public.”

While the beaches remain public land, access to them is often tricky or comes at a cost. Douglas County recently announced they will be charging for access at Winchester Bay, the only free and easily accessible beach access point in Douglas County and for 25 miles in either direction. Read their press release here.

Take action to keep this beach access free:

Friday 5/15 – Douglas County Park Advisory Board:  Surfrider will be rallying to Roseburg to speak to the Park Advisory Board about the impacts of a day use fee at Winchester Bay Parking Lot #1, on 5/15 @ 9am.  We want to pack the room, so if you are interested contact Ryan Cruse.

If you are unable to attend, please send your comments to:

Email: – Attn: Park Advisory Board

Snail mail:
Parks Advisory Board
Douglas County
1036 SE Douglas Street Rm# 116
Roseburg, OR 97470

Sign our petition: HERE

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April 2, 2015

Marine Reserves: Recreation and Stewardship at Redfish Rocks

Port Orford and the nearby Redfish Rocks Marine Reserve is an incredible area to experience the beauty of the south coast and plug into some great stewardship activities with local organizations.  Highlights include tidepooling at Rocky Point in the marine reserve, kayaking through arches and fishing around the Port Orford headlands, or catching a wave or two at Battle Rock. Read on to learn more.
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1 of the truckloads of debris from the event
March 23, 2015

Statewide Spring Beach Cleanups This Saturday!

It’s that time of year again, time for SOLVE’s statewide spring beach cleanups! Join your fellow Surfrider chapters and volunteers across the state as we all pitch in to help clean up every beach on the Oregon coast in one GIANT event! Pitch in at your local beach or find a site to register for this awesome event, this Saturday from 10am-1pm.
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