Currently, it's 9:32 pm Sat Mar 8 2014 in beautiful Miami-Dade County, Florida
Open Thread from crsurfPosted June 5th, 2013 11:10 AM
There will be a paddle out for Marcos from Chilo Surfboards at 6pm, Wednesday at 1st Street Miami Beach.
Report from crsurfPosted May 25th, 2013 10:13 AM
This Memorial Day weekend the surf in Brevard County should get up to waist high with a few bigger sets. Was surfing it yesterday from 8-10 a.m. with offshores and knee high surf at high tide. I'll be up here til the 31st, so if you want to come up for a sesh, drop me a line. Also, today is REEF APPRECIATION DAY at Balsa Bill's Surf Shop in south Satellite Beach (12-4 p.m.). Live music, prizes, and a afternoon low tide displaying the beauty of Brevard's unique coastal ecosystem that needs to be protected. There's also plans to re-dredge the north and south beaches of Brevard this fall, messing up the sand bars for another 6 years, but I'll save that for another post.
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.