Surfers are the most popular tourist attraction in the state of California, according to a recent survey.
But with nearly two million visitors annually, there is a shortage of certified surfers and even less training.
Surfers and their instructors in the U.S. often face harsh criticism from surfers who see them as the biggest tourist attraction, and who have a strong following among surfers themselves.
The survey, by the California Surf Safety Association, found that the majority of respondents (55%) say they have never surfed a wave and that they are only able to surf a small number of waves in their lifetime.
The same survey also found that just over half of respondents had not surfed since high school.
Many surfers say the shortage of trained surfers is the biggest challenge for the industry, as it’s one of the few areas of the world where surfing remains an underground sport, as well as a major tourist attraction.
Many surfer groups and organizations have set up forums to discuss how to improve training and certification standards, and a group of surfers in the Pacific Northwest have launched a new website called the Surfing Team.
The site, SurfTeam.com, is dedicated to surfers, their instructors, and surf schools in the West.
Surfing in the PhilippinesThe Philippines is a country that has seen waves swell to record levels in recent years.
It’s a popular destination for surfers as it has some of the most pristine surf conditions in the world.
But the Philippine Surfing Association has been grappling with the shortage and has taken a number of steps to address the problem.
The association started a pilot program last year that allows surfers to get a certification on their passport and use it to obtain a surf shop license.
The first surfer license has been issued by the Surf Shop Association of the Philippines, or SAPSAP.
The SAPSATP is an association of about 600 surf shops, which were previously not allowed to operate, but now are allowed.
Surfing is now allowed under the SAPSP umbrella, but only at designated areas, such as the beachfront and beachfront restaurants.
Surfers can apply for a license online, which will take three months.
The registration process will allow for the issuance of surf shop licenses to surf shops in the most populous cities.
The program will allow surfers from other countries to apply for the license in the country.
The SAPSAC will then have the ability to license the surf shop in their territory.
In the meantime, surfers are free to apply elsewhere.SAPSAP president and president of SA Surfing Group, David Yap, said that surfing in the region has been a success and that the agency was taking steps to improve conditions and training.
“There are surf schools that are very good, they’re very experienced,” he said.
“And there are surf shops that are just not good enough, or maybe there’s a problem with a few of them.
We are going to do a very thorough and detailed assessment and check all the details.
We have a lot of schools that we can recommend, but we need more to be able to license them.
The surf shop licensing program is a way to go beyond surfing.
We need to work more closely with the school owners, the surf shops.”
The association will be hiring more surf shops to run the program, which is scheduled to run for two years.
Yap said that the association plans to license up to 300 surf shops from across the country, and hopes to see more surf schools open up in the next two years, as more surfers become certified.
“I think there are more than 300 surf schools, there are probably many more, but they’re not working, and it’s not working,” he added.
“We need surf shops.
And we need the surf business to grow.”
Surfing in MexicoThe Mexican surfing industry is booming, with a population of more than 4 million, but with a shortage in trained surfists and a lack of training standards.
Surfer groups are trying to get on board with the trend, and this past spring, a group called Surfing for Mexico was formed.
It is currently based in the Mexican resort of Nuevo Laredo.
The organization was formed after a surfer from Los Angeles called John B. Tully, a certified surf instructor, was arrested in September and charged with murder and assault.
Tillery, who was living in the United States at the time, was convicted of the murder and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Surfer groups in Mexico have also been fighting to increase training standards and certification.
The Surfing School for Mexico (OSM) was established in 2016 to help surfers obtain the necessary certification to operate in Mexico.
OSM has partnered with more than 40 schools in Mexico to improve surf school facilities and the number of surf school licenses.
The group also plans to open a new school in Nueva Esp