Beach cleaners, we need your help!
We have been informed by the local beach ranger that there are two local locations that have been inundated with debris.
One is Ona beach (north of Beaver Creek) the other is the north side of the Yaquina river under the bridge.
The Newport Chapter’s Holiday Party on December 10th was a blast thanks to the numerous attendees and volunteers who came out to show their support for the chapter and the Surfrider Foundation. The night included live music compliments of Steve Cook and his son, Branden. Delicious food was provided by Boone Ogden at Mandala Catering and Local Ocean.
At the end of each year, we want to be sure we take the time to reflect and communicate our accomplishments and hard work throughout the year to all of our members, volunteers and contributors. Every water quality sample, every piece of debris from cleanups and every individual volunteer action represents our powerful grassroots when scaled collectively each year. It’s the tireless efforts of the individuals that we call Surfrider – without further ado, here’s the Newport Chapter’s 2015 topline summary