RESHAPING THE REPUTATION- ECO BOARD BUILDING

By Cash Lambert In the 21st century, a time that has already seen a metamorphosis and revolution and upheaval within so many avenues of technology and culture and thought, the shadow of eco-friendl...

For the Love of Honey

by Hank Gaskell Photos Kaua Photography His hands were unlike other farmers. Not calloused, hard, cracked and stiff, but broad, flexible and quick. He seemed not to mind the thick white suit we we...

Chronic Contamination at Kauai Streams

According to the Surfrider Foundation, several Kauai streams have been tested positive for contamination especially in along the Waiopili stream. A letter from Surfrider Foundation about this issue has been sen...

Call to Action: A Future for Solar Power

A global revolution is underway in how we are powering our world. Last December, in Paris, 195 countries reached a climate change accord where each country will begin to implement new policies and pra...

The North Shore takes on Unruly Conditions

It was forecasted, the purple blob that has made itself known on weather maps was marching to the Hawaiian Islands. The winds forecasted to be in the 10-15mph range with gusts up to 35mph out of the NW. With a ...

More Plastic than Fish in Oceans by 2050

By: Ivanna Kottasova @ivanakottasova via CNN Money The world is flooded with plastic garbage. There will be more plastic than fish in terms of weight in the world's oceans by 2050, the World Economic Forum w...

Kelly Slater on Monsanto, 9/11, and Voting 2016

In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews professional surfing legend Kelly Slater in Oahu Hawaii. The two discuss the 2016 presidential elections, the truth behind 9/11 and the battle with Monsanto in Hawaii. Th...

Malama Pupukea-Waimea “10 for 10” Challenge

Every dollar you donate will be matched by an anonymous donor up to $5,000 until January 30, 2016. Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea had a big year! We celebrated our 10th anniversary Planted over 5,000 native plant...

El Nino Small Talk

By Lauren Rolland Warm ocean waters have lasted into the fall and winter months in Hawai‘i and residents have been relishing in consistent waves sans springsuits. Currently in the midst of what loo...

Vans Triple Crown Kuleana

It’s a humid morning. The winds are calm, yet the excitement in the air creates an opposite atmosphere. The buzz runs up and down Kamehameha Highway, along the sand and throughout the beach park, like...

The Sewage Dilemma

It is no secret that Oahu is home to some of the world’s best waves- each year, hordes of surfers from every corner of the globe flock to the island to take advantage of its golden sand, legendary su...

Reef Depletion and The Future of Our Oceans

Q & A with Surfrider Foundation members Leah Kamoiokalani Sausen and Carl Berg By Jericho Rell As surfers it’s difficult to imagine our lives without the reef. It is the major component that shapes some...