Dave Rastovich On: The Visitor Attitude

26 Feb 2017 21 Share

STONE & WOOD | SPONSORED VIDEO 

Video by Cape Productions for Stone & Wood
Featuring Dave Rastovich

'WHERE WE LIVE'

Our world is evolving at such a rapid rate, but there is hope yet for the resurrection of corporate morals and care. Dave Rastovich is one of the surf industries most passionate visionaries for this move, he explains the satisfaction of living and seeing the attitude shift to a life that is more gentle and trodden more lightly. 

As a Northern River's local, Rasta feels encouraged each day by the changes the community are making for greater good. In this video he talks about the stories of people stepping up, defending the region. There's no doubt Rasta – one true and amazing waterman – loves where he lives among the trees in the hinterland. "For me, the magic of this area is in the blending of climates... we're on the edge of tropical and edge of temperate and that just makes life really vibrant."

How much do you love where you live? Are you noticing a shift towards the 'visitor attitude'? 

*In 2016, Stone & Wood were recognised through B-Corp certification which encourages and rewards profit organisations for meeting high standards of social, economic and environmental accountability and transparency. They have joined the likes of Patagonia, New Belgium Brewing and Ben & Jerry's in being positive agents for change.

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