The Surfrider Foundation Massachusetts Chapter was founded in 1996. We are an all-volunteer chapter composed of ocean, wave and beach loving environmentalists who are dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the Massachusetts coast and waters.
Chair: Noona Joseph – email@example.com
Vice Chair: Noel LaPierre – firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Kim Starbuck – email@example.com
Treasurer: Mary Tuck Welch – firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer Coordinator: Ed Eads – email@example.com
Rise Above Plastics: VACANT (email us if you’re interested in learning more about this role!) – firstname.lastname@example.org (please note: while the RAP volunteer position is vacant, this email will not be monitored! Please email the chapter with any plastics questions. Thank you!)
Social Media/Web & Graphic Design: Johna Klebenov – email@example.com
Public Relations & Communications: Katie Willis Morton – firstname.lastname@example.org
Massachusetts Surfrider Foundation
Visit the Northeast Regional site at: www.northeast.surfrider.org
Visit the national site at: www.surfrider.org
Clean Water Paddle
Over fifty surfers turned out on a cold Sunday to show their commitment for clean water. Among those present for the event was Tom Skinner, Director of Massachusetts Coastal Zone Management. Local surfers were stoked to paddle out for the knee high waves after the press conference.
Storm Drain Stenciling
The Storm Drain Stenciling Program is an activity sponsored by the Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC) in conjunction with students and community residents to identify the negative impacts on our waterways and harbor when pollutants are illegally and/or carelessly discarded on Boston streets. (Source: Boston Water and Sewer Commission)
Peter Karlson (below) hanging with kids stenciling local area storm drains.