When: January 14, 2017 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pmWhere: Martin’s BeachRSVP’s requested: Sign up here
The CA Coastal Commission will be meeting in our backyard on Wednesday, November 2nd at the Oceano Hotel in Half Moon Bay. This is a tremendous opportunity to show the Commission our support for Commission action to Open Martin’s Beach!
When: Wednesday, Nov. 2 – Arrive at 8:30am. Public comment at 9am.
Where: Oceano Hotel, 280 Capistrano Road, HMB (by the harbor)
What to do: To help us coordinate, please RSVP here — http://signup.com/go/jwZagt
— to let us know that you will speak or bring a sign; or email email@example.com.
The next Executive Committee meeting of the San Mateo Chapter of Surfrider Foundation is scheduled for this Saturday, Oct. 29th at 2pm. See our calendar for details and location. We hope to see you there!
Pedro Point Firehouse in Pacifica (1227 Danmann Avenue) from 7:00-8:15pm
Please join the Surfrider Foundation’s San Mateo Chapter on Thursday, July 28th at 7pm for a presentation by local marine biologist and environmental microbiologist Anna Alderkamp, to hear about her “Cool phytoplankton research in Antarctica,” and what all of that means for our coastal climate. Details and agenda here.
The Surfrider Foundation’s San Mateo Chapter is resuming it’s monthly meetings! Our next meeting will be Thursday, July 28th from 7-8pm at the Pedro Point Firehouse in Pacifica. Please join us to hear the latest news about our local programs and activities. We’ll also have a special presentation by marine microbiologist and biological oceanographer, Anne-Carlijn Alderkamp. More details to come!
Greetings, friends! If you have photos you’ve taken of Martin’s Beach, share those and help highlight this special place in Surfrider Foundation’s # ProtectSpecialPlaces photo contest.
The contest runs from now through July 30 and prizes will be awarded to the winners. Winning photographs will also be featured in Surfrider’s 2017 calendar. Check it out here: http://www.surfrider.org/protect-special-places
All photographs must be submitted by the original source of image (–> the person who took the photograph).
There’s a new article in the Mercury News suggesting that the state has given up on acquiring access to Martin’s Beach. UNTRUE! The state has not given up and neither have we. Let the Mercury News know that YOU haven’t given up either – please submit a comment on the online story here: http://bayareane.ws/295WAFB
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