On Sunday, Save The Waves hosted a beach cleanup in the Santa Cruz World Surfing Reserve with Kona Brewing for their #CatchACleanWave tour.
We’re proud to present “The Plastic Wave” – a seven-foot wave sculpture created by Ethan Estess out of 1,000 plastic phone cases made with our partners at Pela Case.
Biodiversity is important because it supports ecosystems, its life forms and their productivity. Each species has a role to play in the ecosystem. When one life form is threatened, it can throw off the balance among species.
“This is such great news,” said Mayor Donna Meyers. “The changes in bacteria data measurements which have kept Cowell Beach off of the ‘Beach Bummer’ list over two years now demonstrate the positive power of government working with a focused group of community organizations.”
Save The Waves App encourages surfers and beach-goers to report and tag coastal threats. We’re proud to release the second version of award-winning app for World Oceans Day.
This ambitious goal aligns with the larger collective conservation goal of protecting 30% of marine resources by 2030.
The World Surfing Reserve and the local community now have new public access to one of the most visited beaches and waves of the reserve.
Save The Waves, Pronatura Noroeste and local community closer to achieving the first protected State Park in Baja California
After years of consideration by government agencies and edits to technical documents, the campaign to protect San Miguel is closer to victory.
World Surfing Reserves is our flagship program dedicated to protecting outstanding surf breaks. Application window is open April 8 – October 15, 2021.