May 3, 2016

Rise above Plastics raises money for Fill Stations

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Americans drink more bottled water than any other nation. 29 billion bottles per year.

Production burns 17 million barrels of crude oil per year – the equivalent of keeping one million cars on the road for one year straight.

One bottle re-fill station can save over 17,000 plastics water bottles, avoiding 14 tons of plastic waste.

Surfrider Foundation Newport Beach Chapter is raising money to install two bottle re-fill stations in the city this year.
Each Fill Station costs 4,800-5,000.

Tier 1 Donation: 5.00-500.00 Invited to Fill station installment party
Tier 2: 500.00-1000.00 Special Gift and Invited to Fill station installment party
Tier 3: 1000.00 or more:The fill station Plaque will have your name on it and Invited to Fill station installment party

We appreciate your contribution!

You may donate directly to Surfrider Foundation Newport Beach Chapter with your credit card or paypal account using the Donate button below.




Thank you for your support!

April 26, 2016

General meeting at Pizza Nova in Newport Beach

We will have our executive meeting on 5-4-16 at 6:15 PM and our general/mixer meeting at 7:15 PM till around 8:15 PM or so. Join us for a drink and appetizers. You can find out what our chapter is up to and how you can get involved. Pizza Nova is at 2601 Pacific Coast Hwy, Newport Beach CA 92663

January 20, 2016

Ocean Friendly Restaurants Program now accepting interns

High School and College internships for OFR program.

The Ocean Friendly Restaurants program offers an opportunity to learn through real-world experiences: essential skills such as communication, problem solving, teamwork, project planning, and critical thinking.

December 31, 2015

2015 Recap

See what we did and who helped us in 2015. Recap

December 8, 2015

Newport Back Bay Clean Up Engineering Design

Help Surfrider Foundation Newport Beach Chapter fund the Newport Back Bay Clean Up Engineering Design

 

November 30, 2015

First Saturday of the month beach cleanups 9 – 11 AM

Our schedule for the 1st Saturday Beach Cleanups is as follows

Please check home page of web site the night before to make sure its still on.

February 6, March 5, April 2, May 7, All Cleanups are from 9 – 11 AM

For these beach cleanups we will be at the River Jetties in Newport Beach. For the purposes of gps mapping only you can use the address 199 Summit Street.

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June 4, August 6, September 3, All Cleanups start at 9 AM and end at 11 AM

For these beach cleanups we will meet at the most Southern end of the Huntington Beach State Park parking lot. Click on the Beach Cleanups tab for more info.

As for the Help your Harbor Cleanup we will be meeting at 1000 Mariners Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660.

Thanks

October 30, 2015

Wow! November’s practically here.

Our first Saturday of the month cleanup will be on November 7 at 9-11 AM just north of the River Jetties in Huntington Beach. We were going to do it at RJ’s but we have a huge group coming so we are doing it at the state beach park for the sake of parking. Come in at the Magnolia entrance and let the guard know you are helping Surfrider Foundation at the Lifeguard 2 area. We actually set up closer to the boardwalk. Make your way south of Magnolia inside the parking lot past the Brookhurst gate and all the way down until you can’t drive anymore. You will see us set up close to the 1st fire ring. We supply the bags and gloves and you need to bring personal items like sunblock etc. Anyone under the age of 18 needs to bring a waiver signed by their parent/guardian. Find a waiver on our website under beach cleanups print it out and bring it to the cleanup with you. We will provide certificates of community service to those who want it.

We need and appreciate your help.

Thanks to kind bar we will have snack bars for you.

October 14, 2015

Raptober Beach Cleanup at Newport Pier October 25

October is Rise Above Plastics month for Surfrider Foundation (Raptober). Rise Above single use plastics that is. You know coffee stirrers, straws, water bottles and caps. All of the things we find at a beach cleanup. Join us for a cleanup and scavenger hunt on Sunday 10-25-2015 starting at 9 AM until 12 noon. We will be set up at the Newport Pier by 21st place and W. Balboa Blvd. Waivers if needed can be found on the beach cleanup tab. All participants under the age of 18 need to bring a waiver signed by their parent/guardian. Certificates for community service will be available.

October 7, 2015

Help your Harbor cleanup and BBQ. October 10

Starts at 8:00 AM with orientation and safety talk at the Newport Beach Aquatic Center (1 Whitecliffs Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660). We will go to different areas in the back bay and clean up. If you have a paddle-board or kayak you can bring them and use to clean in the water. Many of us will be cleaning up on land around the back bay. We will have a BBQ at 11:00 which is when we will finish cleaning up. If you are under the age of 18 and want to participate please bring a waiver signed by your parent/guardian with you. You can print out a waiver by using the beach cleanup tab.

October 5, 2015

Letter to CA Coastal Commission on Banning Ranch

Surfrider Foundation has submitted a letter to the California Coastal Commission expressing our support for the published staff report.

See the letter here NBR Letter

Join us at the Coastal Commission hearing on Wed Oct 7 to support Commission Staff’s findings to deny the Banning Ranch development. Plan to be at the meeting in the morning and to stay for a few hours.  Go here to read the Staff report: http://documents.coastal.ca.gov/reports/2015/10/w9b-10-2015.pdf

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