Have you always wanted to learn to surf? Would you like to take your surfing to the next level? Join Heather Alley and myself for a one week intensive. Space is limited and we are really looking forward to this trip! For more info and to reserve your spot click here.
Thirty years ago, a group of surfers from Malibu, California, took action to fight the environmental health risks associated with escalating coastal development. Since its inception in 1984, the Surfrider Foundation has evolved into one of the largest nonprofit grassroots organizations dedicated to protecting and enjoying the world’s oceans, waves, and beaches.
To celebrate, they have launched the organization’s first-ever timeline and an opportunity for the public to submit a design for their 2015 membership tee.
Become a member of Surfrider now!
Another brilliant stop motion video by Karim Rejeb.
How are we just seeing this? Jack Johnson and Kelly Slater play an acoustic version of Jack’s song “Home,” live from the beach. Yummy.
Meg Roh, a 15 year-old surfer girl from Orange County, CA, has gone surfing every day for the past 1000 days. Rain or shine, healthy and sick (girl, let’s not get too crazy), Meg has paddled out either before or after school to catch at least five waves. Meg, we couldn’t be more impressed. You make surfing like a girl look good! Read the full article here.
P.S. Kudos to her dad for driving her to the break most days. Bet he is happy she will get her license soon!
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The Art of Craft has partnered with photographer Timothy Hogan to create theFINproject, a series of limited edition tees and prints. 10% of sales goes directly to the Surfrider Foundation. Buy yours here.
Having children certainly changes the role that surfing plays in our life, especially when that child is autistic. Read the beautifully written article by Jim Moriarty, CEO of The Surfrider Foundation, who discusses what surfing means to him.