For the third consecutive year, the Malibu Surfing Association (MSA) has adopted Surfrider Beach as part of the state’s ‘Adopt-A-Beach’ program. The MSA has committed to 3 beach cleanups at Surfrider Beach for 2010 with the goal of collecting 1,000 lbs. of trash. We’ll focus on: the beach areas between Lifeguard Towers 1 (Malibu Pier) and 2 (Adamson House), along the Adamson House Wall, and the Surfrider Beach parking lot.

In addition to the cleanup, we’ll be partnering with LA County Department of Beaches and Harbors on selected beach maintenance projects, including: re-painting the PCH stairway, pulling weeds in the parking lot landscaped areas, graffiti removal, and more projects added soon.

This is a volunteer opportunity for everyone in the community. All are invited and supplies will be provided. For students, this is a great opportunity for community service credit. We hope you’ll join us on the 22nd!

helping to keep world-famous Surfrider Beach clean for all its visitors
. Saturday, May 22nd
. 9am – 12pm
. Surfrider Beach parking lot
. 23050 PCH / Malibu, CA / 90265
. all supplies provided
. community service credit awarded
. all ages invited
. Malibu Surfing Association
. Heal the Bay
. California Coastal Commission
. Action Wipes
. LA County Department of Beaches & Harbors
. download: online flyer (.jpg : 130 KB)
. visit: event page (Facebook)
. view: slideshow on plastic bags
Formed in 1961, the Malibu Surfing Association (MSA) is one of California’s first surfing clubs. MSA is an all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the fellowship of surfing and to the stewardship of its local break, world-famous Surfrider Beach. The MSA Competition Team is the 2006 champion of the Coalition of Surfing Clubs’ CSC Series. Online at