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Plug from crsurfPosted May 13th, 2013 02:41 PM
WHAT: Hands Across the Sand: Mass Gathering - YES to Clean Energy and NO to Offshore Oil Drilling
Surfrider Dune Restoration: Volunteer removal of invasive species to restore natural habitat and health of beach dune. Surfrider Miami partnering with Urban Paradise Guild
WHEN: Saturday, May 18 – Dune Restore 8:30-11 am - Hands Across the Sand 11:30-12:15
WHY: A healthy Coastal Economy requires healthy Beaches. The future of Miami depends on clean energy!
WHERE: Miami Beach (SoBe), on the Beach at 6th Street – look for Surfrider tent
DETAILS for Dune Restoration Surfrider volunteers & a certified biologist will provide instruction, gloves, equipment, cold water & snacks, community & community service forms. Signed waivers req’d by all participants. Young kids must be accompanied by adult. Wear solid shoes – no sandals! Bring re-fillable water bottle.
Plug from crsurfPosted April 30th, 2013 08:21 PM
Correction... with employees of Bacardi. 40 of them in fact, helping to replant the dune line up at 79th St. in Miami Beach, from 9 a.m. to about noon. We need volunteers to help with the setup and cleanup for the day, plus plant of course. It will be a lot of fun!
Check the Surfrider SoFla Facebook page for more details or the website - www.surfridermiami.org.
Forecast from bradswellsPosted April 9th, 2013 10:30 AM
There's a weak cold front heading in to our area. The front looks to stall and become diffuse before heading further south. All in all, not a great wavemaker. There should be some windswell, through the middle of the week but not much above knee or thigh-high unless the winds blow harder than forecast. It's pretty much east now, but should trend more to the south as we go through the week.
As of now, there's a sub-knee high wave showing at SoBe. There could be some fun slides for longer boards in the coming days, depending on tide/wind patterns. Nice out, with a chance of little waves. Not too bad.
Forecast from bradswellsPosted March 25th, 2013 04:16 PM
This front should be bringing some swell down our way. It should start showing later tonight and into tomorrow. It looks to be strongest late Tuesday and in to the evening. Wednesday morning could also see some swell. Hard to predict size, I'm guessing we'll see some chest+ sets during the peak. I'm hoping that the winds keep some westerly component as forecast so we have some clean conditions when it's hitting.