Andrea Coleman Photo in conjunction with San Onofre Surf Co have come together to help end the threat of Deadly Nuclear Waste storage near our ocean and along our coastlines.
The current plan is to store the hazardous nuclear waste in canisters approximately 100 feet from our shore, not far from where you paddle out to enjoy the waves and where you gather with your friends and family. Not to mention this lies on an active fault line. For countless years surfers have come to these beaches to spend quality time with friends and family and surf these world class waves. If we don’t act now future generations will be left with a toxic environment.
Our goal is raise enough money through the sale of a one of a kind T-Shirt designed by local Orange County artist Sam Bernal. This limited edition T-Shirt will only be made available for the sole purpose of raising awareness and to fight against this possible Fukushima type disaster. One hundred percent off all profits made will go towards buying the front page of 3 major newspapers, The LA Times, OC Register and The San Diego Union Tribune. By doing this we are forcing the influential main stream media to finally bring what is happening to the millions of voters and the lives that this will affect.
Don't let Lowers, Trestles, San Onofre and as far South as the border be just a memory or a picture in a History book. As a community we have to come together and fight this.
Please share this link to our "Just San No" T-shirt sale on all your social media platforms, March 30th. Share the information with your friends and family. We owe this to future generations.