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Surfing the wave!

Service & Surf Saturdays

We cordially invite you to any and all of our bimonthly Service and Surf Saturdays happening from 8-11am every other Saturday at the community entrance to Playa Chaman. There are a host of purposes for these events aside from keeping our local beach beautiful and clean — here are some of the other reasons we […]

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Bodhi Surf presenting the first Blue Marble

Blue Marbles, Beach Weddings, and New Connections

The Blue Marble Project is the creation of Wallace J. Nichols — ¬†scientist, marine conservation visionary, and one of Bodhi Surf School’s idols. The concept is simple: oceans make up the majority of our planet’s surface, so when you see the planet from afar, it will appear to be blue. Our blue planet is a […]

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Shared Solutions water bottles in Washington, D.C.

My Ocean Guardian Journey 2013 Contest Winners

The results for our first annual My Ocean Guardian Journey Contest are in! The judging panel, comprised of the Bodhi Surf Advisory Board, had a tough time picking the winners as submissions were all fantastic. We at Bodhi Surf School want to thank everyone who participated — this was our first year holding this contest […]

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Nobody Said That Mapping Our Community Would Be This Easy!

With the help of experts from GIS ETC and ESRI life in the world of mapping and understanding our communities resources has become easier. Starting in May 2010, the president and director of operations for GIS ETC, Roger and Anita, along with Charlie Fitzpatrick Manager of K-12 education from ESRI, and Sandy Doss made the […]

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Responsible business

Corporate Responsibility: Etnies’ Tree Planting Project in Costa Rica

Established in 1986, Etnies describes itself as a “global action sports footwear and apparel” company, and it also sponsors a team of skateboarders, snowboarders, surfers, BMXers, and motocross racers. In 2007, the company’s president, Pierre Andre Senizergues, met with government officials in Costa Rica and was pleasantly surprised to learn that Costa Rica had pledged […]

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Boat Tour Marino Ballena National Park

Environmental Leadership Workshop (ALA) in Bahia Ballena

On January 28-29, 2011 a group of future Costa Rican leaders gathered in Bahia Ballena, Osa for an environmental leadership workshop entitled ALA (Alianza de Liderazgo Ambiental), Environmental Leadership Alliance in English. The group consisted of 18 young adults, ranging from 14 to 24 years of age, from ten different communities across Costa Rica.

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