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Reduce and Reuse – DIY utensil kit

The folks over at the Freepeople.com Blog made a rad little DIY utinsil kit. We thought this was another clever idea of another way to keep reducing your impact, simply by reducing wasteful mindless consumption. Small habits, big impact. Check it out: So often it’s convenience that drives us to make non-eco-friendly decisions. I believe…

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Meet Nate Ptacek

Paddle to DC: A Quest for Clean Water from Nate Ptacek on Vimeo.   Can you give us a little introduction into who you are? My name is Nate Ptacek – I am a photographer, filmmaker, and wilderness canoeist originally hailing from the northern Great Lakes region of Wisconsin and Minnesota. I moved west to…

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SEVEN – Art show at Noll Surfboards

SEVEN Photo Exhibit & Zine Release April 18, 2015; 6p – 9p Noll Surfboards & Gallery 1709 N El Camino Real San Clemente, CA 92672 Featuring: Julian Martin, Brooks Sterling, Derek Dunfee, Dylan Gordon, Jack Belli, Shane Cox, and Drew Martin. Noll Surfboards & Gallery proudly presents SEVEN, a group photo show featuring the latest…

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Kameron Brown and his Sprinter Van

Kam recently set out on a 10,000 mile roadtrip in his new (used) 2005 Sprinter Van. Equipped with boards, friends, fishing poles and a whole ton of stoke, Kam hit the road. Keeping us updated via his blog, whoiskameronbrown.tumblr.com/. He recently gave a little insight into the setup he’s hitting the road with.. Check it…

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Mauna Kea

There’s another battle playing out on the islands of Hawaii. This time it’s not over GMOs but a telescope on the highest mountain in the Pacific Ocean. Hawaiians are battling the construction of a new Thirty Meter Telescope that will be the biggest in the world (other than one currently being built in Chile) and will…

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