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August 22, 2016


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Thanks Michael.
To date Save The Waves has helped protect some of the most iconic surf sites in the world as well as places not so well known. In short, they get stuff done.
The reason I got involved with this group is they use surfing as a way to bring ocean conservation issues to the fore. Simplifying a complex and hard to penetrate subject.
As you mention, the evening will be full of awesome surf/ocean movies and like minded water 'people'.
Hope folks can make it out in support!

Thanks to everyone who made it out to the Festival. A great success, much surfing and environmental thoughtfulness. Looks like they'll be coming back next year. Hoping it will be bigger and better.

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