Sebastian Inlet

The Sebastian Inlet Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation was founded in 1997 and spans portions of Brevard and Indian River counties in Florida. Our mission is the protection and enjoyment of oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network. More Details
February 20, 2014

Discussion on the health of the lagoon and fertilizer use. We need support from as many people who can…

Discussion on the health of the lagoon and fertilizer use. We need support from as many people who can make it.

February 20, 2014

#brevardzoo #surfridersi

#brevardzoo #surfridersi

February 20, 2014

Beach Cleanup at Spanish House, 10am. The parking area is across A1A at the entrance to inlet marina…

Beach Cleanup at Spanish House, 10am. The parking area is across A1A at the entrance to inlet marina. The state park manager's office is there as well.

After party, lunch, and meeting at Sebastian Inlet Surf and Sport. Food will be provided! Currently planning on BBQ pork, baked beans, hot dogs, mac n cheese, and more!

February 18, 2014

Come hear about the recent dune planting events and the many other events that we are working on.

Come hear about the recent dune planting events and the many other events that we are working on.

February 15, 2014

Sow Yer Oats, part Duex! – Google+

Surf not showing much love lately? Make mother ocean jealous by showing the beach some love….plant some sea oats with us this morning. Meet at Long Doggers at Indiatlantic at 10am.

Day two of the Sea Oats planting fiesta starts at Long Doggers in Indialantic and splits between the beach in front and Pelican Park in Satellite beach.

February 15, 2014

Polystyrene cups replaced with eco-friendly alternative

#rap  

We went eco-friendly with our new hot beverage cups.

February 15, 2014

Check it out: Long Doggers raising some awareness and cash for our sea oats planting project. Thanks…

Check it out: Long Doggers raising some awareness and cash for our sea oats planting project. Thanks guys and we hope to see those who bought a surfboard today!

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February 10, 2014

One in every three bottlenose dolphins tested in the Indian River Lagoon has antibodies to a bacteria…

One in every three bottlenose dolphins tested in the Indian River Lagoon has antibodies to a bacteria that can make them more vulnerable to other deadly infections, according to a new study. http://on.flatoday.com/NjYgA1

PHOTO: FLORIDA TODAY FILE

#Science #Planet #Dolphins #Brevard #Florida #Deaths #Bacteria #IndianRiver

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