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OHANA Festival
Storytellers in The Cove amplifies environmental awareness through an eclectic panel of conservationists, activists, and professional surfers bound by a common love for the ocean and the planet.

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People - Articles
Capturing The Heart and Soul of San Onofre with Steve Long
Journalist Jake Howard sits with Steve Long at the Ohana Festival to share the rich history of San Onofre and gives insight on what the future holds. 
People - Articles
A Look at Surfrider’s Continuous Efforts to End Offshore Drilling
On October 1, 2021 Amplify Energy Corporation was the cause of the horrific oil spill off the coast of Huntington Beach, California. A year later, Surfrider speaks at the 2022 Ohana Festival about their contribution and the impacts the spill has on the environment.
People - Articles
Bob Forrest’s “Don’t Die” Podcast: The Importance of Humor And The Strength Not to Die
Bob Forrest, Chuk Davis and Mike Martt discuss their struggles with addiction and how they use their humor and podcast platform to show support to other addicts– featuring Project RED.
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Vitalogy Foundation: The Ultimate Advocate for People and the Planet
Vitalogy Foundation has enhanced conservation and advocacy since 2006 through models of direct giving towards projects for human welfare and the environment.
People - Articles
United in Knowledge and Standing Together As Branches From The Same Tree
Members of the Iipay Nation, Pauma Reservation, and the Acjachemen Nation are vital to American history and can teach society the importance of inclusivity while moving forward as a nation.
Places - Articles
Music Can Inspire Activism and Change
The Ohana Festival bridges the gap between music and activism, inspiring change through the lens of storytelling’s greatest legends.
Places - Articles
Ohana Fest Opening Ceremony
Members of the Iipay Nation, Pauma Reservation, Acjachemen Nation, and Hawaiian Natives blessed the stage through song, dance, and prayers in the welcoming of the three day long Ohana Festival.
People - Articles
The Surfing Industry Is Reminded of Its History Through Indigenous Surfers
Surfing has a forgotten history of injustice, yet several progressive leaders are stepping up to bring more diversity and equality to the sport.
Product - Articles
How Sea Life is Affected by Rising Temperatures
Global warming is causing ocean temperatures to rise quickly. Here are five ways this negatively affects sea life and some ideas to help stop it.
People - Articles
Sargassum Sea/Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt: Floating Rainforest
The Sargassum Belt is a floating rainforest that is home to a variety of plant and animal life
Product - Articles
Farm-to-Table: Bringing Communities Together with Healthy, Ethical, and Eco-Friendly Cuisine
Farm-to-Table has existed for decades, but few can explain what it is. Here is a rundown of its origins, benefits, and the challenges it faces.
Places - Articles
How Climate Change Affects Biodiversity
How biodiversity plays a massive role in climate change.
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Biodiversity: How Regenerative Farms Leverage Plant and Animal Life for a Healthy, Resilient, and Accessible Food System
Biodiversity sounds technical, but it's a simple idea that gives regenerative farms all their power to grow good food and fix the environment.
Places - Articles
Sustainable Event Planning
This rise of sustainable events is tied to recent studies seeking to educate everyone on the significance of maintaining a green environment.

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