Re-surface: Stronger. Re-vitalized. Together.

Let’s all take a deep breath in___

As we emerge from our first weekend of California’s stay-at-home order and others in our global community experience multiple weeks of self-quarantine – we wanted to express our condolences to everyone who’s family and friends have been affected by the pandemic, while sharing our plans to help you get inspired to keep on living an Ocean-Positive life.

Planting Trees in the Sea — with 2x Big Wave World Champion Greg Long

Greg goes #oceanpositive and wipes out his carbon footprint by planting SeaTrees.

SURFER MAG: Is It Possible To “Wipe Out” the CO2 Footprint of Your Surf Travel?

Check out the lastest article about SeaTrees on Surfer.com.

The Inertia: What if Reforesting the Ocean was as simple as Following Someone on Insta?

SeaTrees is the first program of its kind, built specifically for ocean-lovers everywhere to help fund regeneration projects from mangrove forests in Indonesia to kelp forests in California.

SeaTrees Is Officially Launched

Our latest initiative protects and restores coastal ecosystems. We have teamed up with famous artists like Andy Davis, so you can buy cool products that directly fund the development of blue carbon projects around the world.

Sustainable Surf is hosting the annual Surfboard Demo Session at the Boardroom Show.

Join us for locally roasted coffee from Mesteeso, small batch kombucha from Health-Ade, breakfast pastries AND a suite of boards from our ECOBOARD Project partners + more.

Bring your old wetsuits for recycling into new Suga Yoga Mats #wastetowaves

Volcom Pipe Pro

Since 2013, Volcom has partnered with ocean-health non-profit Sustainable Surf to make the Pipe Pro a Deep Blue Event – continually setting the bar for what it means to make a surf event sustainable.

APRES SURF

A post-surf party on the Water in Bolinas. Building stoke for the launch of Sustainable Surf’s SeaTrees Program – Regenerating our oceans by planting and protecting coastal ecosystems.

Reserve your tickets TODAY.

A Sunset Session in Bolinas – Supporting SeaTrees Regenerating ocean health by restoring and protecting ‘blue-carbon’ coastal ecosystems

Do Surfers Live a More Sustainable Lifestyle?

Do you think surfers live a more sustainable lifestyle because they spend so much time in the ocean? Scripps Institution of Oceanography is conducting research on the behaviors of surfers vs. non-surfers. Please take the survey.