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The Annual Waterman's Weekend held again at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort & Spa
saw art work by Tillack raise $15000 for the SIMA environment fund.

Money raised by the weekend long fundraiser, awards grants to various environmental groups based on their dedication to preserving and protecting the world's oceans and beaches.





In the end, Tillack's long time collector Pete Burke took home the glory.

'Miss A'

Karren and Pete Burke, Lisa Anderson, Tillack, Lizbeth Tillack

Lisa, Chilli and Chilli's Dad.                            creating the board

HONORING 2007:

LISA ANDERSEN  - Waterman of the Year 
EDDIE VEDDER - Environmentalist of the Year 
RANDY RARICK  - Lifetime Achievement Award 
KELLY SLATER and LAYNE BEACHLEY - Special Achievement Award 

Click here to visit SIMA site


Beneficiaries
Surfrider Foundation
Grant will enable efforts to save, improve and protect surf locations, protect the quality of water in the surf zone, ocean environmental education, as well as a specific portion of the grant dedicated to the fight to save Trestles.  

Ocean Institute
Grant will support the Watershed Education Program designed for students for hands-on education about the environmental impact of their behaviors.  

WiLDCOAST
Dedicated funds will support continued efforts to save surf breaks in Baja California from development, to launch a clean water action plan and to continue the campaign to preserve Trestles.  

Heal the Bay
Funds will support TMDL research and advocacy programs to ensure that Los Angeles area waterbody quality regulations conform to the clean water act, as well as to develop and train a speaker's bureau to conduct environmental presentations to a variety of community groups.  

Orange County CoastKeeper
Grant will support efforts to reduce the health threats caused by urban runoff pollution in Orange County, Calif., through advocacy, enforcement, education and water monitoring efforts.

Surfing Education Association
Dedicated funds will be used to prevent destructive legislation from being passed that would threaten surfing sites at Waikiki Beach and other surfing areas on Oahu.  

Alaska Wilderness League
Dedicated funds will help protect sensitive marine and coastal areas offshore of the Arctic Refuge from oil exploration or development.  

Seymour Marine Discovery Center
Funds will be used to educate young people about the role marine science plays in understanding and conserving the world's oceans through a variety of educational programs and camps.  

Algalita Marine Research Foundation
Funds will be used to support the distribution of the Watershed Wonders DVD and curriculum program for junior and senior high schools to educate students about the harmful effects of non-biodegradable plastic debris on marine life.  

Save the Waves Coalition Funds will assist in the distribution of Lost Jewel of the Atlantic, a documentary intended to raise awareness of the threats to Madeira, Portugal's sacred surf spots. Funds will also assist with a research program to determine the strength and economic value of the global surf travel industry.  

Reef Check
Funds will be used for the continued expansion of programs into Southern California, continued global reef monitoring, and educational events designed to create awareness of the importance of reef conservation.  

KAHEA: The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance
Funds will be used to build a coalition of activists to promote the protection of Hawaii's coral reefs and to support ocean protection issues including securing protection of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, gill nets and cruise ship regulations.  

SINADES: Natural Systems and Development Civil Association
Funds will be used to empower a group of local youth in Todos Santos to conserve and protect the community's most important resources - the beaches and surf breaks of Todos Santos and Pescadero, B.C. S., Mexico.  

Friends of the Foothills (New beneficiary for 2007)
Funds will be used exclusively for litigation and legal activities battling the expansion of the 241-toll road and the fight to save Trestles.  

Santa Barbara Channelkeeper (New beneficiary for 2007)
Funds will assist with stormwater/urban runoff pollution advocacy to ensure implementation of strong stormwater management programs, and marine education programs for students.  

North Shore Community Land Trust (NSCLT) (New beneficiary for 2007)
Funds will be to permanently protect Pupukea Paumalu and the local waters, community stewardship of public beach access, and other efforts to preserve Oahu's North Shore.
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