Coos Bay ChapterThe Coos Bay Chapter is dedicated to the protection of oceans, waves and beaches in the greater Coos County area More Details
The Coos Bay Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is a incredible group of people working hard to protect their local estuaries, waterways and beaches! Not only is the Chapter protecting special places like Bastendorff or monitoring local water quality through their Blue Water Task Force program, but they’ve put a heavy emphasis on providing opportunities for the next generation of coastal defenders through their scholarship program and supporting the Bandon High School Surfrider Youth Leadership Club.
Each Independence Day hundreds of revelers flock to Bastendorff beach to party. Most are well meaning and clean up their own trash. Some don’t realize their scrap wood fires leave behind nails that can cause injury to subsequent beach goers. Others might not care. The result is a beach strewn with beer cans, firework’s casings, and nails. Most of this would end up in the ocean without intervention. We need YOU to help us clean up the mess before this happens!
Volunteers & Surf Instructors Needed! … for a fun-filled day in Port Orford this month on Saturday, May 21. A Warm Current is having a Kids Surf Camp for the Bandon Youth Surfrider Club and Port Orford local youth. And the Redfish Rocks Community Team is having an interactive community event day “Redfish Rocks on the Docks.”
Dan Matthews (Arago Surfboards) has generously donated one of his handmade surfboards to be auctioned during our Spring Gala – and it is gorgeous! Wouldn’t you like to see and feel this board … better yet, catch some waves with this under your feet! … Click the “More Details” link to see a bigger picture of this board.