Ocean Night, Thursday, Aug. 7: What the Sea Gives Me (feat Matt Beard) and Angel Azul

Join the Northcoast Environmental Center, Surfrider Humboldt and Humboldt Baykeeper for Ocean Night, Thursday, Aug. 7. This month, two amazing films!

 

 

Doors at 6:30 p.m., films at 7 p.m.

$3 donation, raffle!

Ocean Night: DamNation! and more

DamNation – Trailer from Patagonia on Vimeo.

Join us for a special Ocean Night featuring DamNation and a selection of short films at the Arcata Theatre Lounge, Thursday, May 1 at 6:30 p.m.

More details here.

Saturday, March 8th is Ocean Night at Arcata Theatre Lounge featuring A Deeper Shade of Blue (2011) & Exploring Humboldt.

Saturday, March 14th is Ocean Night at Arcata Theatre Lounge featuring A Deeper Shade of Blue (2011) & Exploring Humboldt.

Master surf film maker Jack McCoy ventures into a new realm with his latest breakout feature, A DEEPER SHADE OF BLUE. This is not a surf movie, it is a film about surfing’s deepest roots: in the subconscious; in ancient lore; in the craft of surfboard building; in man’s perpetual quest for a joyful relationship with the natural world. In eleven interwoven chapters, today’s leading surfers are linked to those who came before, for a deeper appreciation of what it means to be a surfer and the soulful underlying power of modern surf culture. This is a big picture of a memorable story, beautifully told. It is a film about feeling good to be alive…and it will make you feel good.

Exploring Humboldt is a pilot episode produced by KEET Eureka and directed by Humboldt State University Alumni Acey Aseltine. Our hope for this project is to continue to produce new stories with the help and support of our local community. The program features segments on the Arcata Marsh, Trinidad bay, and the Lost Coast.

10 Ways You Can Support Humboldt Surfrider

1. Join. Every membership results in a kickback of funds to the local chapter — and also provides more political power when we need it. 
2. Attend a beach or highway clean-up!
3. Come to Ocean Night and make a donation/buy raffle tickets (next Ocean Night isThursday, July 11).
4. Donate prizes to the Ocean Night raffle.
5. Volunteer to table at an event! Fun times, plus you get to talk to people about the importance of the local beaches.
6. Buy an awesome Surfrider hoodie or T-shirt! Available at your local surf shops or via humboldt@surfrider.org.
7. Donate cash, straight up.
8. Get involved with our anti-dumping campaign, Dunes Not Dump!, which addresses illegal dumping on the Samoa peninsula.
9. Purchase/donate a tablet, chairs and table, banner printing or other fundraising supplies to the chapter.
10. Go public! Show up at a meeting, comment on local news, show the world that people in Humboldt care about what’s healthy for the beaches, ocean and waves on our beautiful coast!

Want to really dive in? Consider running for a position on our Executive Committee! Elections coming at the end of the year.

Thanks for all the support!

2013 logo unveiled!

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Bobby Wright joins Matt O’BrienMatt Beard and Shawn Griggs in designing Humboldt Surfrider’s logo. (Disclaimer: The artist is also the husband of chapter chairperson Jen Savage.)

T-shirts and hoodies for women and men available now! Email humboldt@surfrider.org for more info or check your local surf shop.

Dodge fiasco: The write-ups so far

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photo by Matt Hinton
 
 
Know of more? Add’em in the comments!

Dodge commercial filming results in truck stuck among tidepools

Regarding the filming of a Dodge commercial that has resulted in a truck stuck and submerged among the tidepools between Moonstone beach and Camel Rock, Humboldt Surfrider notes the following:

 
As an organization dedicated to the enjoyment and protection of Humboldt County’s beaches and waves, Humboldt Surfrider is extremely dismayed at the film crew’s lack of foresight and will be following up with the appropriate agencies to ensure that restoration and/or compensation for any damage is forthcoming. We also hope to work with the Humboldt Film Commission and relevant government agencies to ensure this sort of carelessness does not happen again. We have people on the scene and will share information as the situation develops. 
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