April 28, 2015

Trash Free Maryland: We passed the foam trifecta!

Today the Prince George’s County Council voted unanimously to ban polystyrene foam food containers and packing material for distribution or sale at restaurants and retailers. The ban takes effect in July 2016.

Via: Trash Free Maryland: We passed the foam trifecta!

Thanks to all chapter members who contacted their PG County Councilmembers last minute!

April Chapter Meeting
April 7, 2015

Learn to Surf 101

Want to learn to surf, but don’t know where to start? Took a lesson or two and never got a good handle on waves and etiquette? Learn to surf with the D.C. chapter!

The chapter is organizing a learn to surf class tomorrow, Wednesday, April 8, 6pm at Lululemon in Georgetown before the April chapter meeting. Learn about equipment, boards, waves, safety, etiquette, paddling, and standing up on your first wave.

RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1639645656255522/

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April Chapter Meeting
March 31, 2015

April Chapter Meeting on April 8

We’re holding our April chapter meeting on Wednesday, April 8. Before the meeting at 6pm, the chapter is offering a free Surfing 101 ground school. Learn to surf in time for our spring Delaware cleanup and OBX trip. (Details on the learn to surf class here.)

When: Wednesday, April 8, 7pm (Learn to surf school starts at 6pm)
Where: Lululemon Georgetown, 3265 M St NW, Washington, DC 20007

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RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1565598000348429/

RSVP on Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/D-C-Surfrider-Chapter/events/220944386/

March 22, 2015

Surf films in the Environmental Film Festival (This Wednesday!)

A real treat for the surf community here in D.C…

The D.C. Environmental Film Festival is featuring two surf films in the festival this year. This Wednesday, come hoot and holler with us as we attend the screenings of Catch It and Beyond The Surface.

Catch It

Leá Brassy greets Europe’s oceans and mountains during her no-frills, nomadic travels. Whether it’s paddling hard for a wave, or chasing after a passion – Leá reminds us that we have to catch it. Directed and produced by Sarah Menzies.

(via https://www.dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org/film/catch-it/)

Beyond the Surface

Follow India’s first female surfer, Ishita Malaviya, and fellow female wave riders Crystal Thornburg-Homcy, Liz Clark, Lauren Hill, Emi Koch and Kate Baldwin on an illuminating journey through southern India. Driven by the power of surfing, yoga and ecological awareness, Malaviya and the talented women search for the perfect waves as they weave together inspiring stories and forge with the people of India an unshakable determination to make the world a better place. Directed by Crystal Thornburg-Homcy and Dave Homcy. Produced by Crystal Thornburg-Homcy and Damian Handisides.

(via https://www.dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org/film/beyond-the-surface/)

RSVP on Facebook: Click here

RSVP on Meetup: RSVP

Add to your calendar:

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March 18, 2015

Help Preserve Beach Water Quality Monitoring

Help ensure we continue monitoring water quality at our beaches for safe swimming, surfing, and paddling.

Cuts to federal funds for the BEACH Act threatens beach water quality monitoring. These cuts put over 100 million Americans at risk of getting sick from polluted water.

Just like health safety inspections for food, we rely on water testing and reporting to ensure that the water we swim, surf and play in is safe. With approximately 20,000 beach closures and advisories issued every year, we can’t afford to stop monitoring our beaches.

Click to tell Congress to restore funding for the BEACH Act.

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