Surfboards That Wont Poison Our Planet

Surfing. It’s something we do to escape, tap into a swells that have traveled half way around the globe for us to ride, and to experience an oceanscape that offers us our best, more transformative moments. The reality that the consumer industry that supports our surfing adventures and lifestyle is fueled by products, surfboards and…

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The SeaBin Project: A Closer Look

Start Small   In this feature we talk to Pete Ceglinski, co-founder of the Seabin Project, on the vision to create a clean, healthy ocean environment by spreading a relatively simple and necessary idea. We hear an update on the project and get recommendations for other DIYers out there, before getting a look at the…

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Hunting Wild Pigs Could Save Hawaii’s Coral Reefs

Patagonia Ambassador and big wave surfer, Kyle Thiermann, takes us on an adventure that binds hunting with conservation, a confluence of ideals that may bring us one step closer to saving Hawaii’s endangered coral reefs.

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Patagonia crafts first beer

Patagonia Provisions, in partnership with Hopworks Urban Brewery in Portland, Oregon, Long Root Ale is the first commercially available beer to be made with Kernza via organic regenerative agricultural practices. If you don’t know about Kernza, it is a “superwheat” perennial derived from an ancient form of wheatgrass. It can be grown year-round and as…

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How To Drink Beer and Save The Ocean

A 2015 Science article stated that between 40,000 and 110,000 metric tons of plastic waste in all forms enters the ocean. As beer drinkers, more than likely, our habits exacerbate this staggering statistic, one that directly impacts the health and well being of our oceanic playgrounds and wave gardens. With this in mind, an innovative…

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