Sustainable Surf Craft, a Project by Kevin Cunningham

Sustainable Surf Craft, a Project by Kevin Cunningham

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Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care

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When surfer and founder of Spirare Surfboards Kevin Cunningham was distressed by the trash washing up on the beaches where he rides, he didn’t just decide to do something about the debris, he decided to do something with the debris.

So was born Spirare Sustainable Surf Craft- Cunningham’s project to take back the ocean by making surfboards out of the debris that pollutes it. (Tree Hugger)

Read Full Article; Spirare Sustainable Surfboards

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