March 1, 2015

A super fun day at the Tombomb Surf Contest! Thanks to everyone that stopped by the Surfrider tent :)

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February 13, 2015

Tombomb Wahine Surf Contest

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Come Join us Feb. 28th for the annual Tombomb Wahine Surf Contest at Kohanaiki Beach (Pine Trees).The Surfrider Beach cleanup starts at 7:30am and the event follows :)

January 15, 2015

Join us on January 23rd as we team up with Sustainable Coastlines, Hawaii Wildlife Fund, and the Kona Brew Pub to clean up the marine debris and learn local history, at the southernmost point of the United States (Kalae)

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January 15, 2015

Also don’t forget to add to your calendars January 24th for the Kona Brew Pub release of the first brew in their Makana series. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii :)

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December 29, 2014

Join us for our annual Kona Surf Film Festival on January 30th and 31st at the Courtyard Marriott’s King Kamehameha Kona Beach Hotel in beautiful downtown Kailua Kona

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December 29, 2014

Join us on January 23rd as we team up with Sustainable Coastlines, Hawaii Wildlife Fund, and the Kona Brew Pub to clean up the marine debris and learn local history, at the southernmost point of the United States (Kalae)

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March 10, 2012

Questions and Answers about the Bag Ban

Click here for the entire brochure….

 

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March 10, 2012

Congress is proposing to cut funding to BEACH act

Hey, folks,

Congress is proposing to cut funding for the BEACH Act and water quality monitoring at our coastal waters.  Sen. Inouye is a key figure and Chair of the Appropriations Committee; so please take a moment to contact his office.  If you could just sign on to our Action Alert below and add a personal message about our work at Surfrider, we would greatly appreciate it (more info below and at the site).  Mahalo.
Aloha, Stuart
October 31, 2011 | 1 Comment

O’Oma To Remain Conservation Land

October 29, 2011

Report Red Blocks!

RED BLOCKS FLOATING in the ocean should be reported to University of Hawai`i researchers who are studying currents around the Big Island. They released wooden drifters at many locations last week and are hoping that sightings will be reported to 937-4289 or hilodrifter@gmail.com

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  • Surfrider Kona Kai Ea

    The Surfrider Kona Kai Ea is made up of volunteers just like you. If you live or go to the beaches in our area, please contact us, come to our next general meeting, and get involved with our Chapter's activities.