If you’re going to jump off a cliff because “all your friends are doing it”, at least make sure that your leash is clear of the rocks. In all seriousness we hope this surf instructor is doing fine. His leash appeared to free itself before he could hit the rocks, but there isn’t a whole lot of information out there about his fate. At the very least we know he learned a valuable lesson about leash control.
A pile of 4,000 discarded cigarette butts is far from beautiful. But with a little ingenuity and alchemy industrial designer Taylor Lane is able to transform the garbage into something incredible: a surfboard. The Cigarette Surfboard is more than just a unique recycled board; it’s a platform for discussion. Each year 4.5 trillion cigarettes are littered into the ocean, releasing all kinds of toxic chemicals into our waterways. Yuck. RELATED: Protect Our Winters Athletes Sit Down With NBC
In light of the Black Lives Matter protests happening throughout the country, host Stacie Vanags focused the latest episode of the Salted Spirit podcast on the topic of racism. Joining her in the discussion is Rhonda Harper and Dr. Cassie Comley. RELATED: Here is a list of BIPOC Outdoor Organizations You Can Support Harper is most well known for launching Black Girls Surf, an organization that supports black girls and women in surfing with the hopes of making the sport more accessible
I’m not even going to start about my views on people not wearing masks during this lovely time were all going through, but COME ON - do they really need to end up in the ocean too? Kook of the Day points out the obvious in their recent post: if your mask or protective gloves end up in the ocean, you’re a kook. Please dispose of your gross germ-infested mask properly. Like the trash can. We don’t need dolphins and seabirds dealing with more of our human problems because of your laziness.