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The Exhibit is Closed

You can view the accompanying website for "What's In Your Board" HERE
We've printed a tabloid size-20 page supplement for the exhibit, you can pick one up the next time you visit or you can view it online HERE.
Presented by SHACC and Sustainable Surf
Discover the roots of sustainability within surf culture, as seen through surfboard history, design and materials as we look for better answers.
Explore the surfboard’s idyllic Polynesian beginnings, its petrochemical past & present, and its current, cutting edge future – through a selected gallery of game changing surfboards.
Join us as we explore 'Deep Blue' choices available for dramatically improved surfboard materials and the other positive impacts our individual actions can have right now in our local communities to help ensure surfing's sustainable future.
Featuring boards from Channel Islands, Lost, Firewire, Timmy Patterson, Grain Surfboards, Brink Hydrocraft, Jon Wegener, Stretch Surfboards, Enjoy handplanes, and a selection of boards from the SHACC collection.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the Waste to Waves program.



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Digital Watermarking of our images – Public Notice

As part of our commitment to protecting our image donors, the Surfing Heritage Foundation has begun using digital watermarking on ALL of our images, including those images seen on our website. This watermark is not visible to the eye, but is easily seen by many computer programs such at Photoshop and other image editing programs. In addition, we have also purchased a “watermark spider” that crawls the Internet specifically looking for any images that contain our SHF watermark. The Surfing Heritage Foundation is prepared to take the appropriate action should we find any illegal or unlicensed usage of images from our files.