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 503-572-8068 or 503-332-9506

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The Surfers Journal -
Now in our 18th year, The Journal was founded in 1992 by Debbee and Steve Pezman, who prior to that had spent eight and twenty-one years respectively at the helm of Surfer magazine. Begun as a quarterly and progressing to its current bi-monthly frequency in 2002, The Journal concept is a specialized hybrid, a cross between a book and a magazine, using a higher quality paper and printing, is content driven with restricted availability, and is reader supported (as opposed to advertising), a concept that is unique in the periodical publishing world. This strategy leaves us free to tell the truth and explore the peripheries while emphasizing purist non-commercial aspects that are at the core of wave riding.

Bubble Gum Surf Wax
Lots of good stuff!

Your Local Surf Magazine
Welcome to the first surf mag that you will never have to buy!
YLS MAG (Your Local Surf Magazine)is a completely free online surf magazine! Designed by surfers for surfers,we spent a few hours with our collective heads in a guide to web design for dummies and came up with this online surf mag you see above!Unlike other online surf mags out there, YLS is purely about fun and surfing, we aren’t here to tell you what is cool, who is great or what you should like; we are just going to show you a bunch of stuff we found and thought was worth sharing!
We aren’t artsy, we arn’t elioqunt…elliphant…elle…urm…good with the words, but we are SURFERS and who better to make a surf mag than a bunch of froth fiends with a case of beer close by!

It’s your local…It’s our local…

The Surfer's Path - Letter to Surfers Path from Mike at Mission Wood Surfboards

Powell's Books - Portland Oregon
Powell's City of Books is a book lover's paradise, the largest used and new bookstore in the world. Located in downtown Portland, Oregon and occupying an entire city block, the City stocks more than a million new and used books. Nine color coded rooms house over 3,500 different sections, offering something for every interest, including an incredible selection of out-of-print and hard-to-find titles.

Surfrider Foundation
The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers in Malibu, California, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over 50,000 members and 90 chapters worldwide.
SURFRIDER and the SURFRIDER LOGO are registered service marks of Surfrider Foundation
Copyright © 2009 Surfrider Foundation
All rights reserved

Ben's Bells
Our mission is to inspire, educate, and motivate each other to realize the impact of intentional kindness and to empower individuals to act according to that awareness, thereby changing the world.

Seas at Risk
Seas At Risk aims at the protection and restoration of the marine environment, and specifically the waters of the North East Atlantic including the North and Irish Seas. While the work of Seas At Risk reaches into every corner of concern about the marine environment, and while we regularly work on a multitude of different marine environmental issues, there are some basic principles that transcend individual issues and guide the direction of our work.

Oregon Beach Monitoring Program
The Oregon Beach Monitoring Program monitors the waters along Oregon's coastline for the presence of fecal bacteria, and reports elevated levels to the public. Marine waters are tested for enterococcus, which is an indicator of the presence of other bacteria. Enterococcus is present in human and animal waste and can enter marine waters from a variety of sources such as streams and creeks, storm water runoff, animal and seabird waste, failing septic systems, sewage treatment plant spills, or boating waste.

Surfers Against Sewage
Surfers Against Sewage's Protect Our Waves (POW) campaign is dedicated to the protection of surf spots. POW recognises the social and economic benefits of surf spots, to both the surfing and wider communities. POW will strive to protect surf spots from unacceptable levels of environmental impact, impacts on wave quality and recreational water users right of access. SAS will use their 20 years campaign experience, expertise and contacts to ensure the POW campaign is heard at the highest levels of Government down to local decision makers. SAS will work with, and where necessary, against NGOs and developers to ensure surf spots get the protection they deserve.

Wildcoast protects and preserves coastal ecosystems and wildlife in the Californias and Latin America by building grassroots support, conducting media campaigns and establishing protected areas.

Green Neighbor
Earth Shirts, Stickers, Gifts and More!  Environmental designs printed on products for the whole family.

Website with all the information on surfing and surf alerts.  Cams, reports, gear.  It's all here.

Oregon Coastal Atlas
The Oregon Coastal Atlas is a multi-group project that has the ambitious goal of being a useful resource for the various audiences that make up the management constituency of the Oregon Coastal Zone. The project is a depot for traditional and digital information which can be used to inform decision-making relating to the Oregon Coastal Zone. We provide background information for different coastal systems, access to interactive mapping, online geospatial analysis tools, and direct download access to various planning and natural resource data sets relating to coastal zone management.

Wave Watch
WaveWatch is a premiere, ALL FREE surf forecast and live web cam smorgasbord.

This site has evolved out of SurfWa's own hunt for regional up-to-date surfing information: straight from the sources and without the unnecessary fluff. The “rating system” surf reports don’t do the job, so SurfWa was born. With experience surfing the Northwest from Oregon to Vancouver Island, they understand that, on any given day, the truly great waves only last a few hours. An oversimplified surf report is not going to get you where you need to be when you need to be there.
Understanding the variety of elements that contribute to surf conditions is integral to the experience of Northwest surfing. SurfWa has formed a detailed surf report with realtime data from buoys, weather stations and forecasting tools; so you can find the conditions that best suit you.  SurfWa is a homegrown waverider's resource. SurfWa hopes that they can help make your next surf trip a fulfilling one.
Respect,Protect, Enjoy! SurfWa

Seven Brides Brewery
The name “Seven Brides” actually came from the dads’ kids. Between the three of them, they have only daughters. With the rising cost of wedding nuptials, the guys decided they needed to sell enough beer to pay for their daughters weddings. Each of the girls has a beer named after her.