Coos Bay Chapter

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October 6, 2014 | No Comments

4th Annual Stand Up! For the Bay a HUGE Success

The 2014 Stand UP! For the Bay was a smashing success! Over 60 participants showed up to celebrate the South Slough, Oregon’s largest estuary (completely within state lines) and the sixth largest along the Pacific Coast. In addition to connecting with their local watershed, paddlers enjoyed live music, local fair and helped raise over $1800 for the Coos Bay Surfrider Chapter! Proceeds from this event will be used to support their local projects including water quality testing at eight locations through the Blue Water Task Force program. 
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September 5, 2014 | No Comments

Stand up for the Bay 2014

Stand UP! For the Bay is a community paddle event, and celebration of our local estuary is coming up this month, Saturday, September 27th! A paddle route will be designed for the day’s conditions. Participants will launch from the northern public dock, and from the Eastside boat launch. After the paddle route is complete, a luau and information fair will be held on the boardwalk. Food will be served by local vendors, and alcohol will be provided by 7 Devil’s Brewing Co…non-alcoholic beverages also available for the kiddos. A paddle board jousting event will follow the community paddle as well as live music!
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April 29, 2014 | No Comments

Coos Bay Beach Cleanups May 17

What’s that? Another beach clean up? Didn’t we just do that? We did! But regular clean ups at our beloved, local beaches are essential to keeping up with all the use they get, especially given the recent uptick in marine debris washing ashore. This time, we’ll be partnering with Southwestern Community College at beaches on Cape Arago in conjunction with their Geology Lecture series on May 17 Noon-4pm.
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April 11, 2014 | No Comments

Coos Bay Surfrider Scholarship

The Coos Bay Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is once again proud to offer a Coos County student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in an environmental/natural science field a $500 scholarship towards their first year in school. This marks the 10th year of the scholarship, now expanded to all students in Coos County.
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March 31, 2014 | No Comments

Water Quality on tap for Chapter Meeting

On the heels of Obama’s slashed budget for BEACH Act programs for coastal water quality monitoring, the Coos Bay Chapter is hosting a presentation on Thursday April 3rd, 6pm at the Broadway Rock Hall (next to Sharkbites) to discuss the past and future of this important program for coastal recreational users. Oregon’s Field Manager for Surfrider Foundation, Charlie Plybon, will present on the current efforts to reinstate this funding and how it relates to Oregon’s current coastal water quality efforts along the coast, the health of surfers and beachgoers and how you can be involved in monitoring and pollution solutions.
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