Chapter Meetings

The San Luis Obispo Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation holds its meetings on the second Friday of the month at the Central Coast Aquarium 50 San Juan Street Avila Beach, CA 93424
April 18, 2014

Easter in a good way

Celebrate Easter in a new way, hunt for trash instead of eggs! Pick up the most trash by weight and you could win a FREE night stay at The Cliffs Resort & Marisol!
Help Rise Above Plastics ~ San Luis Obispo  Surfrider Foundation clean up Shell Beach
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March 22, 2014

Join Hands

Hands Across The Sand is a global grassroots event that champions clean energy solutions to our filthy fuels problem. On May 17, 2014, people around the world will join hands at noon local time to say NO to offshore drilling, hydraulic fracking, XL pipeline, tar sands mining, coal fired power plants and mountaintop removal mining and YES to clean energy.
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March 22, 2014

Clean Water

Surfrider set a goal to raise $35,000 by World Water Day – tomorrow – to ensure that our dedicated and passionate network of grassroots chapter volunteers have the necessary funds to continue their fight for clean water.

Will you help us reach our goal?
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March 18, 2014

Our coasts and ocean need CPR.‏

Did you know that you can conserve water and improve ocean water quality through the design of your garden?  That’s the magic of Ocean Friendly Gardens – they use less water, capture and retain water in your garden, use climate adapted plants and do not use chemicals, which means less wasted water and pollution running into our oceans.
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Bull Kelp
March 8, 2014

Chumash Marine Sanctuary

Invitation to support the California Central Coast Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary 

 The San Luis Obispo Chapter of Surfrider Foundation would like to invite you and/or your organization to support the proposed California Central Coast Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary.

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San Luis Obispo County

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  • Our mission is the protection and enjoyment of oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network.