Ways to Be An Environmentally-Friendly Surfer and Paddleboarder

Ways to Be An Environmentally-Friendly Surfer and Paddleboarder by Adam Eyal As surfing and paddleboarding grow in popularity worldwide, so does our impact on the environment. In early 2017 it was estimated that there were approximately 23 million surfers and paddleboarders globally. Imagine that! With these figures expected to keep  increasing, we have a responsibility […]

SEA’s 2017 Highlights

Surfer’s Environmental Alliance had an excellent 2017 thanks to support from our amazing donors, sponsors, partners, and team of volunteers. SEA’s 2017 key accomplishments include: $120,000 distributed to our beneficiaries. Autism charities and others. Raising over $281,321 through the 2017 SEAPaddleNYC  Sponsoring the first SEA Long Branch Surf Contest in which winners also were philanthropists, […]

MORE THAN 100 VOLUNTEERS HELP TO REPLENISH DUNES (Long Branch, NJ)

Surfers’ Environmental Alliance in partnership with the City of Long Branch and the Long Branch environmental commission were  happy to be part of a 100 plus volunteer event that took place on December 2nd, 2017 in Long Branch. Students from Monmouth University, Long Branch High School, Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School,  Shore Regional High […]

SEA 1st Annual Surf Contest: Saturday, June 3rd, 2017

Surfers’ Environmental Alliance and The City of Long Branch will be holding their first surf contest. The Contest will take place in Long Branch on June 3rd, 2017 starting at 8am (weather and waves permitting). Proceeds of the contest will go towards a an approved charity of the top placing contestants. The registration fee for the […]

SEA scholarship recipient Bridget Giovenco makes an impact

Read about Bridget’s community impact in her own words in a letter to SEA’s manager, Chris Macioch. I was thinking about you and the Seasurfer Organization a few weeks ago during the POAC (Parents of Autistic Children) Surfing Event which was held on Brighton Avenue in Seaside Park on July 18. Our neighbor, Dennis Farrell, […]

Agate Construction Fined 14k for Dumping Debris in Deal

New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Has recently fined  Agate Construction Company $14,000  for illegally dumping  debris along the shoreline in Deal New Jersey. NJDEP says  Agate violated the New Jersey’s Coastal Area Facilities Review Act, the Waterfront Development Act and two other DEP regulations regarding beach dumping. The fine came about from the […]