Regan Quail, a driving force in the Jersey Shore Chapter’s history and an important steward of our coastal community, has passed and will be greatly missed.
Paddle Out will be on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 10:30, North End Beach in Asbury Park. Since not everyone can paddle out, there will be a land-based celebration of his life in Belmar at 2PM at the First Aid Squad, 9th Ave. and D Street in Belmar.
THANK YOU for all of the positive energy you’ve put into the chapter, the ocean and the community Regan!
Come join the Surfrider Foundation: Jersey Shore Chapter for a round of dune grass plantings. Sea Girt, November 8th, Spring Lake November 9th and Asbury Park November 15hth, as part of our Rethink the Jersey Shore campaign- promoting better, more sustainable ways towards resiliency.
If you are feeling festive, wear your Halloween costume and get a prize! all ages welcome!
On the ballot this November in Mercer Count is a non-binding referendum to determine voter sentiment as a first step to determining whether a user fee of 5 cents per single-use plastic bag should be imposed.
Rise Above Plastics Month is a month-long initiative calling you — the public — to reduce your plastic footprint and raise awareness about the harmful effects caused by single-use plastics in our marine and coastal environments.
Do you part, Pick up Three pieces of trash each day and post your daily pictures to Instagram #jerseypickup3 and use this trash to enter Surfrider’s plastic art contest and win lots of cool stuff including a Firewire surfboard!
For more information, facts, tips and more, please visit http://www.RAPmonth.org