Get involved with Surfrider Oahu! Join us this Wednesday, June 4th at Paki Hale, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.  The Paki Hale is located at  3840 Paki Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815.  We will be reviewing our upcoming events, beach cleanups, and upcoming legislative efforts.

This month, our special guest is Dolan Eversole, he is NOAA’s Sea Grant Coastal Storms Program Coordinator.  He will be sharing with us the state of coastal zone management, current issues at Rocky Point, Waikiki coastal management,  and insight on last session’s HB3036, which addresses funding for costal zone research and management.  He works with UH Sea Grant and is one the two most knowledgeable people in our area on coastal erosion, setbacks and policy. He is also a long time Surfrider member and has contributed to our chapter throughout the years.


Click here to read Dolan’s biography and additional information.

We will be going over all of our upcoming events and look to see you there.  Mark your calendars for JUNE 21st, International Surfing Day Beach Cleanup.

Email your City Council Member a voice your support for Bill 40, a Bill to ban food vendors from the use of any polystyrene foam containers (aka Styrofoam). The Bill requires that all disposable food service containers must be made of compostable material that will break down into usable compost in a safe and timely manner without leaving any toxic residue.  Click here to email your City Council Member.

All are welcome! Also, please carpool as parking is limited.

If you are interested in becoming a member in 2013 or want to renew your membership, just visit our website at to find out about how you can get involved.
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The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and preservation of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over 50,000 members and 63 chapters across the country and around the world. The Oahu Chapter has been working on issues of beach access, water quality, coastal preservation and plastic marine debris. For more information, go