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Brent Allen
Kelp Beds and Clean Water by Brent Allen Outside
There are so many ways we, as paddlers, can be a part of a positive advocacy regarding the environment.  Wherever you are and whatever you do, be inspired to keep waterways clean, pristine and accessible for others.  Here is one man’s impact he has made on his local paddling grounds through the use of natural...
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The 2nd Annual Point Lobos State Reserve Stand Up Paddle Kelp Bed Clean Up of plastics and floating trash. “Brent Allen”]Believe it or not even in a National Marine Sanctuary we have a serious problem with the effects plastics have on our marine life and health of the Monterey Bay. The amount of microplastics we...
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While Brent Allen was out for the 2nd Annual Point Lobos Stand Up Paddle Kelp Bed clean up a friendly harbor seal stopped by to say hi and see what all the fuss was about. Brent and his buddy had just spent 2 hours pulling plastics and floating trash from the kelp beds of Whaler’s Cove and Blue...
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Standup Journal sits down with Brent Allen of www.brentallenoutside.com about this day. Brent, thank you for sharing this video with us, it must have been such a magical experience. Where were you when took this video? Pescadero Point, which is the Big Wave Surf Break Ghost Tree on the fringe of Stillwater Cove in Pebble...
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16 mile SUP Adventure around the Monterey Peninsula w/ Brent Allen Outside 8/2015 “August seems to be the flattest time of the year for the Monterey Bay. I took the opportunity to guide what is now the youngest person to standup paddle this stretch of ocean, Harry Deisroth 15 years old from Monterey, CA. (16...
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“I have been looking at maps of the Big Sur Coast for 2 years . I did a recon paddle in sea kayaks in 2014 with friend Stephen Donahue from Monastery Beach (just south of Carmel) to Garrapata Beach and back. We don’t have a very big window to embark on these types of adventures,...
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Stand Up Paddling with whales 9/17/2014 Monterey Bay California. Today is the closest I have ever been to whales in the Monterey Bay. All Video shot with GoPro Hero3+ and Original GoPro Camera. Having the mist from a whales spout come across the board was all time. This is NOT recommended for those unfamiliar with...
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