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Inventory and Perception of Status
There has been some press on surfing in Minnesota and here's a video and a book. More on Lake Superior surfing.
The Winter 2012 issue of Wilderness News has a nice article on surfing in Lake Superior, with a shout out to the Minnesota-Superior Chapter of Surfrider Foundation.
Here's a Minnesota Public Radio broadcast and article from February 2013.
Recognition by State
Minnesota does not recognize surfing as an economic, cultural, and recreational resource.
Surfrider Foundation Chapters
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Minnesota-Superior Chapter Website
Yes, it's true. Surfrider Foundation has a Minnesota-Superior Chapter! They're promoting Surfrider's Rise Above Plastics and Hold On To Your Butt campaigns. To help protect Lake Superior and Minnesota's other lakes and rivers, they recommend:
- Practice “Leave No Trace”
- Pick up after yourself
- Refuse plastic bags and single use plastics
- Volunteer in a beach/waterway cleanup
- Join our chapter and share your ideas
- Donate $ to us, so we can continue our mission
You can contact the Minnesota-Superior Chapter via email at email@example.com
- Surfin' the Big Lake
- Superior Surf Club
- Lake Superior Surf Guide
- Surfing the Great Lakes (article)
- Surfing the Great Lakes (book)
- Weather, Water and Wave Conditions on the Great Lakes
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