Coronado Magazine

 

Weekend Storms Bring Much Needed Rain to Local Watersheds and Flush Much Hated Urban Runoff Pollutio

From the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health: A GENERAL ADVISORY remains in effect for the county coastline due to contamination by urban runoff following rain.    Swimmers, surfers, and other ocean users are warned that levels of bacteria can [...]

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WiLDCOAST

A non profit organization that protects andpreserves coastal ecosystems and wildlife in the Californias and LatinAmerica by building grassroots support, conducting media campaigns andestablishing protected areas. Coastal Conservation – “Clean Water Now!”Clean Water Now! is the rally cry for thousands [...]

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IB: Where the Forgotten Play: Recollections from a border town

There is nobody around as the boys head out for dawn patrol.  The sun is barely rising over the Otay Mesa as they peddle their bikes up First Street (now Seacoast Drive) towards the pier, homemade surfboards underarm.  The vacant [...]

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Serge Dedina

In order to carry out my job of protecting our coast and ocean, I sometimes find myself about as far as I can get from the Endless Summer dream of white-sand beaches, warm water and pristine point breaks. You’ve heard [...]

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Muddy Waters Blues

I grew up surfing in Santa Barbara at places like the river mouth at Rincon, Hammonds Reef, Miramar, Fernald’s Point, and Santa Clara River mouth. What did these spots have in common? During winter, the waters would turn a chocolate-brown [...]

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Kickin’ Back… or Kickin’ Ass

Summer is typically thought of as time to relax, kick back, and enjoy the warm weather at the beach. For the two major environmental groups that dominate protecting the coastlines and waves we surf in, the summer is a time [...]

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Sundt Memorial Foundation

Through the enormous glass windows of his Prospect Street office in La Jolla you can see Jon Sundt’s home. Naturally your eyes start to trail down the cliff to Blacks breaking just below his house and then along the La [...]

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3rd Annual Kids For Clean Water Surf Fest

Sunday April 29, 2007, the Coronado Surfing Association, the City of Coronado, with the support of WiLDCOAST and Emerald City Surf Shop, hosted the 3rd Annual Kids for Clean Water Surf Fest. Held at the Coronado shores, the waves were in [...]

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