Surfrider Pacific Rim

Our mission is to protect our oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network.

Who We Are

Champions of Surf & Sand

Surfrider is a community of everyday people who passionately protect our playground - the ocean, waves, and beaches that provide us so much enjoyment.

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Who We Are

Champions of Surf & Sand

Surfrider is a community of everyday people who passionately protect our playground - the ocean, waves, and beaches that provide us so much enjoyment.

Meet us

Photos: Marcus Paladino

What We Do

Protect & Enjoy

We ensure clean water, healthy ocean and coastlines and accessible beaches for all to enjoy by finding lasting solutions to the threats our ocean faces.

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See what we found on our latest beach cleans!

Campaigns

Making a Difference on our Coast

Campaigns define us as an organization. It’s how we protect our special coastal places, ensure our ocean is healthy and wild, keep pollution out of the water and make sure every beach is clean and accessible for all to enjoy.

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Love Your Beach Clean (LYBC)

Each month our Pacific Rim Chapter organizes a beach clean event. Come out and join us and show how much you Love Your Beach Clean!

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Rise Above Plastics (RAP)

There are 5.2 trillion pieces of plastic floating in the ocean, weighing over 250,000 tons. Join us in making positive steps forward in 2017.

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Hold On To Your Butt! (#HOTYB)

Cigarette butts are the last socially acceptable form of litter. Join the discussion to find solutions. No more butts on our beach!! - lets find a solution together.

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Wetsuit Reincarnation

Partnering with SUGA we are going to help turn your old wetsuit into a shiny new yoga mat. Pretty cool, right?

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Youth Environmental Stewardship (YES)

New Youth Programs to help our local youth learn to be the best earth stewards that they can be.

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Costal Factoid – Styrofoam

Expanded polystyrene foam (EPS), (commonly known as Styrofoam) is pervasive in the marine environment. Like most plastics, polystyrene is lightweight and floats. When littered, it is carried from streets and through storm drains out to the ocean. Styrofoam is one of the biggest pollutants on the Pacific Rim.