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April 10, 2014

Board Makers of Santa Cruz a Huge Success!

We are beyond stoked on the success of the recent Board Makers of Santa Cruz exhibit by David Dennis (pictured on right). On what turned out to be a rainy series of events in February, Iveta was packed for both the opening and closing of this great exhibit; featuring photos of local shapers, glassers, and others in the industry (all taken by David, who is also a longtime Surfrider Member and supporter)!
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March 31, 2014

Washout: Reclaiming a World Surfing Reserve (video)

Surfrider Foundation was super stoked to work with Save the Waves and Sea Slugs to kickoff our campaign “Clean Up Cowell’s”. With Cowell’s being one of the top 5 dirtiest beaches for 4 years running, it is up to us to help get Cowell’s off the dirtiest beach list.
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March 1, 2014

Beach Cleanup cancelled today-March 1st

Sorry for the short notice but with more heavy rains predicted and high surf and tides there is very little of Twin Lakes to clean up today.  We’ll get back to that beach later this year.  For now enjoy the rainy days and we’ll see you at our next event.


February 24, 2014

Board Makers Closing Party 2/28

After a huge turnout on a dark and stormy night for the opening of “Board Makers of Santa Cruz” by David Dennis Photos, we couldn’t be more pumped for the closing party! Join us this Friday evening, February 28th, for the closing event at Cafe Iveta. This free event is family friendly and open to the public, with music from Coastal Connection, a custom menu with drink specials, and an exhibit from David Dennis Photos. Raffle tickets are on sale now at: 
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February 18, 2014

World Surfing Reserve Beach Clean-up at Cowells

Join the Surfrider Foundation Santa Cruz and Save The Waves for a beach cleanup at Cowells to celebrate the Santa Cruz World Surfing Reserve.  Clean above and below the surface with ten SCUBA divers getting FREE rentals from Tropical Adventures for sea-floor cleanup.
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February 18, 2014

SFSC chosen to serve on Water Supply Advisory Committee

We’ve been chosen as one of three environmental organizations to serve on the Santa Cruz Water Supply Advisory Committee.   Our co-chair Sarah Mansergh was nominated and confirmed to the seat last week.  
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