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Inventory and Perception of Status
Recognition by State
Indiana does not officially recognize surfing as an economic, cultural, and recreational resource.
Surfrider Foundation Chapters
Surfrider Foundation does not currently have any chapters in Indiana. If you are interested in starting one, please contact Ed Mazzarella, Director of Chapters, at email@example.com
Surfrider Foundation has a Lake Michigan Chapter based in Grand Haven, Michigan, chapters in Chicago and Minnesota, and a Milwaukee Chapter.
Sources of information on surfing on Lake Michigan include:
- Surfing the Great Lakes (article)
- Surfing the Great Lakes (book)
- Weather, Water and Wave Conditions on the Great Lakes
- Weather, Water and Wave Conditions at U-GLOS Station 45026, Near Cook Nuclear Plant
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