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“We consider ourselves stewards of this place,” she says while standing barefoot in the sand at San Onofre. Dina serves as a board member with the San Onofre Park Foundation and she works with groups who help to connect Native youth to the environment, natural science and the ocean.
While earning his doctorate at UCLA, Nelsen focused his academic research on something he calls “surfonomics,” which proves that the protection of clean water and waves results in surf culture adding millions of dollars annually to local economies.
In her hometown of San Diego, Geminelle says she works to be a clearer vessel so she can better connect with her listeners, and she often gets that clarity in nature— particularly when watching the water.
We're giving back to Doug's foundation. 100% of the proceeds from the sales of Doug Goodfeather's Morning Star and Spirit Horse blankets will be given right back to his foundation: the Lakota Way Healing Center. Founded by Doug after a spiritual awakening, the foundation uses traditional Lakota methods to help anyone in need. Whether that person is suffering from PTSD or addiction, the doors are always open.
Colin O’Brady has crossed the land mass of Antarctica, solo. Unsupported and completely human-powered. He is a four-time world record holder. In 2016 he set the Explorers Grand Slam and Seven Summits speed records and he became the fastest person to complete the adventurers challenges. Last year, O’Brady set the speed record for the 50 US High Points in 21 days.