Water has the power to change your day — or even change your life. By sharing these uplifting stories, we hope you'll fall in love with the lowcountry and be inspired to protect it. In each episode you'll meet someone new and learn something new, and ultimately we hope you will join us on the water to try something new.
Let the water welcome you H2OME.
Charleston Waterkeeper was founded in 2009 to protect and restore Charleston's waterways for our community and future generations. This is done through an effective mix of boots-on-the-water stewardship and data-driven advocacy designed to protect your right to clean water for fishing and swimming.
All seven species of sea turtles are listed as threatened or endangered due to the growing issues surrounding coastal development and ocean conservation. The SC Aquarium Sea Turtle Care Center aids sick and injured sea turtles in partnership with the SC Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR).
The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's oceans, waves, and beaches through a powerful activist network. Our beaches and waterways are our playground and where we feel most at home.
Want a first hand look at one of the top Airbnb experiences in the world? See how crabbing changed Tia Clark's life and why people like Serena Williams join her out on the dock.
Ride along with Andew Wunderley of Charleston Waterkeeper to see how he tests the lowcountry water quality and keeps our waters safe for all our favorite activities.
If you've ordered from Rheos our man Lejend has packaged your shades. When he's not in the warehouse he's out on the waves sharing tips and tricks for local surf.
Go behind the scenes at the Sea Turtle Care Center and see surgeries in action as the doctors work to rehabilitate and release our beloved marine life.
Learn how Olivia and the rest of the Surfrider crew restore Charleston beaches through powerful campaigns, fundraisers, and cleanups. #HOTYB
Did you know there are over 40 shark species in South Carolina? Join the guys over at Carolina Shark Conservancy to find out who we are sharing our waters with.
Did you know an adult oyster can filter up to 50 gallons of water per day? Check out why these amazing creatures are so important to our ecosystem.