Florida Beaches for All is a non-profit 501(c)4 founded August 13, 2018, by a group of concerned citizen volunteers regarding the use of the dry sandy beaches in Walton County, Florida.
Simply put, our mission is to peacefully preserve and perpetuate the doctrine of Customary Use of ALL BEACHES in Florida.
What is Customary Use?
A doctrine that describes the inalienable right of people to walk upon and lawfully and respectfully use ALL BEACHES for recreation
as they have for thousands of years.
"I have been going to those very beaches all of my life, as has my mother.
Our family had a house in the area for 40+ years. I look forward to developing a
relationship with FBFA and rallying behind a cause near to our hearts." — C.S.
2018-2019 Authentic Awareness Campaign
Affidavit Blitz [14,000+ signed affidavits submitted to the county, thanks to a network of volunteers beyond FBFA]
Public Advocacy + Support
Motion to Intervene in Lawsuit to Restore Customary Use in Walton County, FL.
Here's what we've been doing since our inception:
We seek the peaceful restoration of Customary Use on our beaches through proper legal protocol and forthright communications.
We lead with transparency, honesty and integrity.
We communicate and educate the beach going public on any and all issues and incidences related to the Customary Use
of our beaches.
We utilize resources lawfully and respectfully, encouraging thoughtful stewardship of our coastal environments.
We engage in honest interactions as they arise, and we will hold ourselves to the same standards of behavior we expect of others.
We seek to continually educate ourselves and others.
We share the beaches and advocate for equal use.