Dolphin Manure and the Air we Breathe  

Dolphin Manure and the Air we Breathe  

by Mike Samer May 15, 2019 1 Comment

There’s oxygen from the ocean in every breath we take. Most of that oxygen comes from phytoplankton, whose growth is facilitated by marine manure.
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Death Valley: Cold, Rainy, Devoid of Desert Bears

Death Valley: Cold, Rainy, Devoid of Desert Bears

by Brodie Bond April 24, 2019

It’s been a while since I went backpacking, so when my friend wanted to do the three day Cottonwood-Marble Canyon loop in Death Valley, I jumped at the chance.
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Cow Farts and Kelp's Healing Abilities

Cow Farts and Kelp's Healing Abilities

by Mike Samer April 04, 2019

When we think of greenhouse gas emissions, cows and kelp typically aren’t the first things that come to mind.
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Office Shenanigans

Office Shenanigans

by Janna Eggleston April 01, 2019

Our bosses wouldn't spy on us. Why would they? It's not like we play darts, hangout with dogs, or drink beer while we're on the clock. No way. WE'RE PROFESSIONALS.
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Kayaking for Beginners

Kayaking for Beginners

by Mike Samer March 27, 2019

Kayaking for the first time can be intimidating! The nice thing about exploring the La Jolla Sea Caves is that we have tour guides ready to make this trip a breeze.
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Rip Currents: Don't get sucked out to sea!

Rip Currents: Don't get sucked out to sea!

by Christopher Lynch March 22, 2019

How to survive a rip current. The La Jolla beaches in and around La Jolla cove are beautiful, but as always with the ocean, never underestimate it!
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La Jolla Ecological Reserve: Home to Sea Turtes?

La Jolla Ecological Reserve: Home to Sea Turtes?

by Robin Bigge March 21, 2019

Sea turtles are one of many fantastic creatures cruising around the La Jolla Ecological Reserve. They’re rare to see, which makes finding them even more amazing.
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Trip Tips: Joshua Tree

Trip Tips: Joshua Tree

by Robin Bigge March 13, 2019

Amazing hiking. World class rock climbing. Awesome campsites. If you haven’t been to Joshua Tree, (or haven’t seen the entire park and all it has to offer) here’s some tips to get the most out of visiting!
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Going Coastal

Going Coastal

by Robin Bigge January 28, 2019

I went on a surf trip with some buddies. It didn't go as planned.
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Everyday California visits GreenWave

Everyday California visits GreenWave

by Trey Leslie January 02, 2019 2 Comments

After a year of working with 1% For The Planet to donate a portion of every dollar we make to GreenWave, we got to visit Bren Smith, the founder, and see his work in action.
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The Best Way To Go Whale Watching In San Diego

The Best Way To Go Whale Watching In San Diego

by Trey Leslie December 17, 2018

Ever wondered what a Gray Whale looks like breaching the water just in front of the seat of your kayak?
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The Unlikely Battle Between Sea Urchins And Kelp

The Unlikely Battle Between Sea Urchins And Kelp

by Trey Leslie November 09, 2018

Kelp species in California have been fighting against an unlikely enemy: the purple sea urchin.
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