High Surf Predicted to Hit Northcoast
The U.S. National Weather Service is advising beachgoers and sailors to be cautious on the North Coast today due to a large surf expected to peak at 16 feet by noon. Continue reading
Wednesday, Oct. 21, 6 p.m.: Greenhouse Boardshop and Juice Bar is hosting a movie premiere of “Lost Prophets,” a film by Nat Apffel. “Lost Prophets” is an artistically done movie about the non-competitive side of surfing – the side that uses surfing for personal growth and enjoyment, the side of surfing that most of us can relate to.
Bring lawn chairs and blankets for the event. If it rains, we will move inside the surf shop.
The showing takes place in the parking lot of Greenhouse Boardshop and Juice Bar and Ritas. Or inside if it rains!
Benefit for Humboldt Surfrider!
The Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services’ Public Health Branch issued a health warning Wednesday urging recreational users to avoid contact with the creeks, rivers and ocean waters near Mad River, Clam, Luffenholtz and Old Home beaches. The warning came after water tests at all four beaches showed levels of enterococcus faecalis exceeding state health standards. At Luffenholtz Beach, the state standards for E. coli was also exceeded.
Whole story here.
Humboldt Baykeeper’s Pete Nichols, quoted in the T-S story, also discussed this with Mike Dronkers yesterday on KHUM’s Coastal Currents, which will be available here.
Board swap postponed till the 24th, folks!
Reuse and recycle! Swap or sell your boards, Saturday, October 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., in Greenhouse’s parking lot, on Ninth Street between H and I streets in Arcata.
Thanks to Greenhouse for all the support!
The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District invites the public to participate in FLOW (Frank Language about Our Water), a community discussion about long term planning around water rights and rates. Participants should attend one of the following three meetings: Continue reading
Surf4Peace is Humboldt County’s only non-profit surf contest. S4P was created to bring the Humboldt County surf and beach community together to benefit coastal and environmental sustainabilit. The event happens at Trinidad State Beach TODAY!
Surf4Peace donates all of its proceeds to one local and one international non profit organization every year that is geared towards peaceful and/or environmental action. This year S4P proceeds will benefit the Humboldt Surfriders Foundation.
Schedule of Events Continue reading