Sebastian InletThe 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
The plaintiff's attorney asserts that Florida violated teh Endangered Species Act by allowing so many septic tanks along the lagoon. http://on.flatoday.com/1oVpCaQ
We’re accepting nominations for locations of future beach cleanups and monthly meetings. We want to …
We're accepting nominations for locations of future beach cleanups and monthly meetings. We want to make sure that people get a chance to visit all of our local beaches. We just did Spanish House in Sebastian Inlet today.
Please post and nominate your favorite beaches. They should have a covered area and BBQ area so that we can have a meeting, lunch, and after party when we finish picking up all that trash.
We'll count each post (and unique +1's) as a vote towards that spot. Limit one per person.
Only one hour until our #beachcleanup at Spanish House in Melbourne Beach. We’ll be having a lunch …
Only one hour until our #beachcleanup at Spanish House in Melbourne Beach.
We'll be having a lunch BBQ afterwards at Sebastian Inlet Surf and Sport.
Both events are open to the public and free!
Just FYI, the normal meeting that would happen tonight has been replaced by our beach cleanup event this Saturday. Hope to see you there!
Thank youfor doing a piece that acknowledges the harm done by dredging on our beaches.
Do this today, only takes a minute! Final push on this campaign will protect whales, dolphins, and other marine life.
A great overview of why it's more important than ever to be involved!
is on a roll! Great op-ed on seismic testing by Jackie Beatty of the Cocoa Beach Chapter of Surfrider Foundation.
Thanks to our county government for showing leadership. Our IRL won't heal without strong actions. This is the big first step.
Nominate an environmental hero Keep Brevard Beautiful is now taking nominations for its annual Sustainability…
Nominate an environmental hero
Keep Brevard Beautiful is now taking nominations for its annual Sustainability awards. The awards honor individuals, companies and private or public organizations for the environmentally sustainable activities.
MAKE YOUR NOMINATIONS HERE: http://on.flatoday.com/1fU1Rui
A wide range of activities could meet the test, according to KBB, including development that "meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
The categories are: Government, Non-Profit, Corporate, Tourism, Individual, Healthcare Organization, Builder/Contractor and Education
Nominations will be accepted through March 17