How to Start your Veggie Garden – Korduroy in Quarantine

Photo by Nate Barnes

It’s late March 2020 in sunny San Diego, California and Covid-19 is spreading throughout the United States. Many of us are staying in to flatten the curve. Growing your own veggies from home could potentially lower your exposure, resulting in fewer trips when going to the grocery store.

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Roma Surf – English Surf

The Shahnameh legend has it that the Sasanian king Bahram V asked the king of India to send him ten thousand expert lute players, to play for the poor in his kingdom. When the Romani band, the Roma, arrived, the king presented them each an ox, a donkey and wheat to live off. But they…

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Watch “Elude” a film by Perry Gershkow

Filmmaker Perry Gershkow’s new film Elude, is a visual surf odyssey, that features a collection of underground rippers and beautiful imagery. Elude, takes its audience around the world and back, featuring the cold waters of Scotland and Ireland, to the warm waters of Indonesia and everywhere in between. Featuring Noah Wegrich, Nate Tyler, Nat Young,…

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Soil Social Networking

As outdoor lovers we understand that everything is connected. Weather systems shape the waves and snow we ride and understanding them leads to a better experience. But scientists are proving a level of connectivity that is truly mind blowing. Coastal communities like Peru are dependent on the upwelling that brings thousands of fish every year,…

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Steven Seagal Speech from “On Deadly Ground.”

The injustice brought by government officials and big business is discussed by Steven Seagal from the film “On Deadly Ground” (1994).

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Q/A – Inhabitants – An Indigenous Perspective

Inhabitants, a collaborative documentary based around indigenous land stewardship in the United States, shows the stories of 5 tribes, their ways managing the land, and their resilience in a changing climate. We interviewed one of Inhabitants filmmaking team members, Cōsta Boutsikaris, and asked him a few questions regarding the film, which currently is being crowdfunded on Kickstarter….

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Guide to Helping Australia

Fire Crisis Support Information Byron Bay, Northern NSW has been unusually dry for at least 9 months. This region of Australia rarely lacks natural rainfall. Water restrictions have reached stage 4 in some areas, this means limits on watering your garden, sprinkler systems, refilling swimming pools, etc.  Photo via Saeed Khan Local Byron Bay surfer…

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Spotlight: Madeline O’Donoghue Q+A

We did a Q+A with Madeline ODonoghue! Madeline is an artist from New Zealand now residing in Byron Bay. Even though her work speaks for itself, we gave her the podium to have some time to speak about her art and what she’s passionate about. What’s your background? I am originally from the North Island in New Zealand….

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