Pop in your earbuds…
And escape into these stories.
For as long as we’ve been camping, kayaking, rafting, climbing, and exploring this earth, we’ve been telling stories. These stories allow us to transcend cultural barriers and define what it means to be human. Some offer wisdom while others offer inspiration. Some instill us with empathy while others
The reports are in, and they are far from glamorous.
At the current rate of extinction, a child born today will see half a million species disappear from our planet by the time they turn 18 years old. Recent trajectories indicate that iconic species like tigers, elephants, orangutans, bees, and
Ecuador has been on our radar a lot lately. Our Sigue No Mas language and service program is based in Ecuador, and last Saturday, April 16th, Ecuador suffered a 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
Whenever natural disasters like this one occur, our hearts immediately go out to the communities, people, and wildlife that experience loss and destruction
We hate to say it, but it’s nearly now or never for young people to let their passion for the oceans and its creatures burn brightly. No doubt, the numbers below are bleak; however, diving past darkness, we’ve discovered belief. We believe young people interested in marine conservation today, will be the scientists