Lines in the Sand - A Blog for Surfrider San Diego
January 25, 2008
The venue for the Coastal Commission hearing has changed to the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Which is great because now hundreds (if not thousands) of Surfrider Foundation activists and opponents of the toll road can fit into the hearing room!
When: Wednesday, February 6, 2008. Please arrive by 9am.
Where: Del Mar Fairgrounds--at Wyland. Hall 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Del Mar, CA 92014 - Just off the I-5 in Del Mar at Via de la Valle exit.
January 23, 2008
October 5, 2007
Get Ready, Set...and GO!!!
The California Coastal Commission meeting is in sight!
Next week, we are heading to San Pedro to Save Trestles and we hope you'll join us!
We are renting buses, so if you want to hitch a ride with us, please reserve your space ASAP--bus seats are limited.
If you want a bus leaving from San Diego; email Stefanie at: SSekich@surfrider.org and if you want a bus leaving from San Clemente, email Robin of Sierra Club: firstname.lastname@example.org
If live close to LA, please attend the meeting. We need to pack the house and demonstrate how many people do not want this toll road.
- What: California Coastal Commission Hearing for Toll Road Application
When: Thursday, Oct 11. Please arrive by 11am. If you are coming on the bus, we will send you bus departure times and locations.
Where: Crowne Plaza Hotel--Los Angeles Harbor Hotel. 601 S. Palos Verdes St. San Pedro, CA 90731
Why: To Save Trestles and San Onofre State Park from a disastrous toll road.
Please go to: www.savetrestles.org and click on "updates" to see a map and the agenda for the day.
Before We See You in San Pedro....We Want to See You in the Water.
This Saturday, Oct 6, at 10 am we are having a "Paddle Out" to raise awareness for the Coastal Commission Hearing.
Join Surfrider and Sierra Club at Trestles Beach (Uppers), to help us celebrate the beauty of Trestles while paddling out to raise awareness about the Coastal Commission Hearing and the Save Trestles campaign.
We will have several campaign experts available who can answer questions about the toll road and what's being done to SAVE TRESTLES.
Drop us an email if you have questions: email@example.com
See YOU in the water!!
September 19, 2007
| The Surfrider Foundation's 2007 State of the Beach report has been released! You can read this comprehensive and informative report on the health of our beaches at http://www.surfrider.org/stateofthebeach.|
Although the core audience for this report is coastal managers across the US, the State of the Beach report also empowers concerned beach users like you by providing detailed information to take action on behalf of your coast.
The report evaluates the status of 9 Beach Health Indicators: beach access, surf zone water quality, erosion data, erosion response, beach fill, shoreline structures, beach ecology, surfing areas and website for 25 coastal states and territories.
The featured indicator this year is surf zone water quality. Water quality at our beaches continues to be impaired by both non-point source pollution and episodic sewer spills threatening the health of beach goers, surfers and ocean wildlife.
The sections of each state report provide numerous links to easily access additional information, data and reports produced by state agencies, academic institutions and other organizations.
You can also view bonus State of the Beach report sections including: