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Spinning Yarns with Sian: Derek Morrison

The Sea Society’s Sian Mair sits down with sea lion advocate and New Zealand Surf Journal founder, Derek Morrison, to discuss all things ocean inspired.

From growing up in a rural location about as far from the sea as you could get to becoming inspired by the ocean. Sian explores, through her Spinning Yarns with Sian Radio 1 show, how Derek went from Waikato farm boy to discovering surfing and to becoming an advocate for the sea lions that are returning to his home coastline of Otago.

Sea Society founder, Sian Mair, at St Clair, Dunedin, New Zealand. Photo: David Wall

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The Sea Society exists to share stories about the state of our oceans and seas and to advocate for the betterment of its inhabitants. You can find out more here.

“To restore stability to our planet, therefore, we must restore its biodiversity, the very thing we have removed. It is the only way out of this crisis that we ourselves have created. We must rewild the world!”

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Thanks to Radio 1 and Spinning Yarns with Sian for the story.
Seazar (pictured) is 10 years old and heavily pregnant at St Clair. Photo: Derek Morrison
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