USA’s Surf Team joins Wyland Foundation For Healthier Oceans

This month USA’s first-ever surf team has partnered with Wyland Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, protecting, and preserving our oceans and marine life. This year marks the 10th year anniversary of Wyland Foundation promoting ocean conservancy. Their website currently has a limited time clothing and accessories that help promote the USA Surfing and Wyland Foundation. In an article by MauiNow they interview a Hawaii surfer named Carissa Moore who joined the foundation to encourage ocean conservation. She talks about past memories of her childhood at the beach, “When I was little, I would pick up three pieces of trash every time I went to the beach.” She followed by saying, “Just imagine if we all did that? What a huge difference that would make.” I highly agree with Carissa, if everyone could do their best to pick up three or more pieces of trash every time they went to the beach we could drastically cut down pollution.

Published by Colin Cuff

Hi I'm Colin Cuff. I'm a Junior at La Canada High School. I'm focused on cleaning up our oceans and making the Earth a more livable place for future generations.

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