cyrus_sutton

Cyrus Sutton

Filmmaker/Surfer πŸ‚πŸ“πŸ’©β™»πŸŒ±πŸŒ³πŸŒŽπŸ™
https://vimeo.com/121146857
7 419
115 999
78 1055
113 1463
8 1017
34 1077
14 1695
38 2084
18 1150
35 1400
30 1640
20 1704
10 878
78 1091
8 981
38 1595
12 1799
13 1710
23 2022
6 1209
27 2179
14 1462
5 899
48 2418
7 1269
9 1401
32 1452
13 1221
11 1894
11 1045
25 977
31 1504
46 2262
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
Loving everyone's passionate responses from the last few posts. Food is the most important issue of our time and it's tied so intimately to every part of our lives. Most of you are commenting with such tolerance and understanding for one another. Stoked on social media right now. Learning and sharing is the best. ❀️πŸ’ͺ illustration by Andrew Willner
wavesandher : This looks dreamy πŸ‘Œ
johnpbrodie : Thank you for spreading the love.
royalmarketinganddesign : "Weeds" will soon become the new salad as most nutritional value has been cultivated out of our current spinach, lettuce, etc.
misspurcell : ❀️
caitathome : #stokedonsocialmedia yes! πŸ‘
timshreddy : Thank you for taking the time to share your words amigo, the universe appreciates it!
rbeach_bum : @cyrus_sutton stoked to see surfing like you sharing these important issues with the world! Thanks for keeping the stoke alive!
justinlfricke - tboss2013 - colin_nearman - zcwalker -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
(Part 2) ... It's really sad that documentaries like #forksoverknives stop there and don't explore the whole truth. Animal fat including dairy that has been raised on grass is a superfood rich in omega 3's. We don't need a lot of meat to survive but we need to be tolerant of those who choose to ethically include it into their diets. We have forgotten what making food really looks like and have come to fear death (our own and that of animals) to the point that we invite idealistic diatribes which make us more powerless to large companies. Moving forward sustainably will require that we educate ourselves firsthand on just how to feed the world sustainably in different climates. We need to restore apex predator species that we've wiped out so they can help keep the ruminant species in check to perform their task of regenerating the soils. We need to cultivate a wide variety of foods like squashes and tubers and beans and nuts and grains with animals helping facilitate that harmony. We need find and vet farms that raise their animals humanely and in ways that build soil. Does someone want to build an app for that? Cornucopia.org is great resource for understanding which brands are ethical. We are living in an Information Age, knowledge is power. Look beyond form (cow bad/plant good) and see patterns (dependence, disconnection, idealism, exploitation, judgement VS integration, moderation, cooperation, respect). United we stand, divided we fall. Thanks to people like Michael Pollen, Allan Savory, Mark Shepard, Joel Salatin and Geoff Lawton for reminding us of the truth. Look up #restorationecology #rotationalgrazing #permaculture . People caught up on pastured animal fat/bones being "superfood" look up the work of Westin A Price. The book Nourishing Traditions is a great summary. Conscious Vegans & Omnivores UNITE πŸ‚πŸ‡πŸ–πŸ“βž‘οΈπŸ’©βž‘οΈβ™»οΈβž‘οΈπŸŒ±βž‘οΈπŸŒ³βž‘οΈπŸŒβž‘οΈβ€οΈπŸ™
forksoverknives - rotationalgrazing - restorationecology - permaculture -
royalmarketinganddesign : We need to find a balance. Without that, there most definitely will be desertification (ie The Dust Bowl) and many other negative results to our environment both locally and globally. Further, the question becomes what land? National Parks, BLM land, environmentally protected areas? It's obvious we need to think those questions through as the population is just ever increasing exponentially...
choosethelifeyoulive : Well we will agree to disagree. I have done thorough research as I have had no choice after choosing the lifestyle that I have. To turn back the hands of time where we have grazing, free roaming livestock is not an option. The growing global populations of human beings are already stealing land from indigenous species. So you propose we rid of all factory farming and their highly profitable soy farms, and find enough land for all of those animals to roam freely? Thus stealing more land? Cattle can't graze in densely forested areas so then cut down trees?...so on and so forth. Where is the line drawn? This is all hypothetically speaking, of course, with the wishful thinking that the animal ag industry (spreading throughout multiple countries) is going to let that happen. That ship has sailed. It would take generations of a 100% meatless society to slay the monster that the animal ag industry has become.
choosethelifeyoulive : πŸ»πŸ™
elementalconnection : @choosethelifeyoulive @cyrus_sutton to clarify I do not condone factory farming of plants or animals. What I am speaking on are the "wild" animals that we as a species have always depended on for survival (pre-agricultural) All life is important to me, but putting peoples diets at fault is lazy and if I came off sounding that way I apoligize. We are all in the same boat here and and we're sinking!! So that puts us on the same team by default. But for this team I am willing to fight. So for me be you vegan, vegetarian, paleo or whatever, we are all a part of this earth and for our childrens sake we must do our best to revive her together.
brantgloria : There’s plenty of food. Too much of it is going to feed animals, too much of it is being converted to fuel and too much of it is being wasted. We don’t have to increase yield, we just have to grow food more smartly than with the brute force of industrial methods. @choosethelifeyoulive
keritter19 : @greenmeanprotein
brotatoes : @kevbice
choosethelifeyoulive : ✌️ @elementalconnection
31stoctober - ctreat - nicky_oila - ztwaller -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
I'm going to piss a few you off with this but I think it's a super important issue so here it goes. Staunch vegetarians please read this entire post in two parts. (This is Part 1) A lot of people think vegetarianism is the most sustainable diet for the planet. They are dead wrong. In tropical environments it's possible to subsist off of fruit and tubers but in most climates in the world animals can convert calories from plants that are inaccessible to our stomachs. Animals are a powerful force on the land that work with plants to create thriving ecosystems. To rely on vegetarianism in all climates often demands large monoculture farms producing the staple nuts, beans and grains to feed the demand. If you visit small scale farms around the world or look at the diets of indigenous peoples you will see a deep relationship between people and animals going back thousands of years. In modern permaculture farms goats eat brush and invasive vines, their milk and meat providing sustenance. Chickens tear up the soil, process compost and deposit nitrogen rich droppings, giving their meat and eggs . Intensively grazed cows eat the tops of grass, and poop their nitrogen and bacteria rich gifts which they massage into the earth with their hooves building deep soils that can planted in the future. Many environmentalists believe that soil loss this the largest problem in the world right now. The fastest way to restore soils is to get cows and other livestock back on the land. If cows populations are left unchecked (Google Allan Savory Ted Talks) they will multiply and destroy what they could protect. Many vegetarians over the decades are reacting to feed lot models of meat production where animals are put in concentration camps and fed pesticide laden grains and pumped full of antibiotics to be kept alive till slaughter. The result is a chemical and antibiotic laced cesspool of nitrogen that pollutes the land (continued in next post)
mcougs : @ctreat
sariady : @swamer_swam @cyrus_sutton interesting! Yeah, but in the us 95% of out meat is factory farmed and factory farming is completely detrimental to the environment. So, it's not about eating meat, it's about not supporting factory farming (land and sea animals) and supporting local farms. Which isn't efficient in supporting large populations, so overall people would need to cut back in eating meat.
yossoldfield : @ginagraceknight @pepa_knight
duarte_ecohustle : @redwroots
lexiberri : Have you watched @cowspiracy? All of the facts are there. And on their website
lexiberri : It also addresses "free range" and explains how that is even more unstainable. Please watch it!
cyrus_sutton : @lexiberri yeah industrial animal agriculture is the worst πŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽSo glad people like you are raising awareness against that. I respect your love for animals too.
redwroots : @duarte_ecohustle oh I love this!
ahoisurfcrafts - 31stoctober - kynleefaith - jeremiah_jorgensen -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
I just posted this on @_korduroy_ . This is a beautiful photo of a not so beautiful practice that we've become very dependent on. Since the Green Revolution over sixty years ago we've slowly replaced the need for healthy soil with quick fix fossil fuel inputs. The result is a treadmill of pests and weeds which require more and more toxic herbicides. We have lost over 30% of our worlds topsoils which are bleeding into our oceans releasing astronomical amounts of carbon leading to acidification. It takes over 30 years for soil health to return. That's a long time. For the first time in history crop yield increases are slowing despite more herbicides and fertilizer inputs than ever. The lie that industrial/chemical ag is the only way to feed the world is now obvious. It's just a matter of whether or not we wake up in time and remember that 70% of the world's food is grown on only 30% of the world's agriculture lands by small-scale, peasant farmers for their local communities. The scariest part is this remaining land and water are being taken away from these farmers by large corporate interests who are producing only 30% of the world's food which is often doused with chemicals. These companies are more interested in growing commodity crops like cotton, soy, canola and corn that are largely used for fashion, fuel and animal feed. Things are going to get real here real soon and our privileged leisure loving, globe-trotting, adventure seeking lifestyle is going to become more and more obsolete and unimportant. Learn to grow food, catch water, and build relationships with those who live around you (not just the avatars we create on social media). Most importantly we need to ditch them vs us bullcrap. The corporations are supplying exactly what we've demanded - cheap, tasty, mystery food, limitless energy and endless fashion. We have the power, change your demands and they will change their supply. We are creating this. Choose wisely friends!
alfieri_di_amore : @zuultron
zuultron : Tl;dr @alfieri_di_amore
payocasta : πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°. Disgusting( not the pic) πŸ˜„
t_mott : @blackcassie 3 postsπŸ“š
noah_gonyon : @samantha_green_
kirbahlijah_jones : You have to read this @christinamonet
ztwaller : @zander_murdock powerful
zander_murdock : @ztwaller learned a lot about this in the bury, the problem is no one teaches this in public schools
leobesnier - wwill_myers - didaka - graysen_luckensmeyer -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
Thankful for the reminders of endless humility, gratitude and service on this Equinox weekend. Mahalo for sharing the voyage @misspurcell 🌚⚑️🌱
jeffisfindingit : πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ!!!
christianmcld : πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ
gerglong : If you really are only as good as the company you keep...you guys are both winning big time! ✨@cyrus_sutton @misspurcell
cyrus_sutton : Thanks @gerglong πŸ™Œ
ta_swerve : @mistahmagoo
okayle : @ronnie_bowen
misspurcell : I am lucky to have a friend that is equally humble as extraordinary @cyrus_sutton, and the same sentiments go to you @gerglong ...miss your face :)
jasminiature : @cyrusjerome if you married @elquefilms and took her name
raindropcatcher - albertoprln - ludomarini - ecl_75 -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
Great product @hydroflask. They are insulated stainless steel so they keep your drink near the temp you want it to be. It's nice on a hot day to drink cool water or to keep hot tea/coffee warm on the road. Using these helps me stay away from plastic and other disposable packaging when I can. If anyone else can recommend other built to last functional products please share. #votewithyour$ #supportgoodstuff #worldwaterday #nofilter #4cleanwater
supportgoodstuff - votewithyour - worldwaterday - nofilter - 4cleanwater -
euphorbia73 : low my growler... HF just sent me a replacement lid after the bartender cracked it dumping iceboater to fill
euphorbia73 : *water
rincon925 : @sixthandolive
lorenzolietti : @cyrus_sutton you should checkout @mizulife they're right here in Del Mar + founder is legend and awesome human @jussioksanen
chermcmaui : Sketchy their made in China tho
cyrus_sutton : Looks like all stainless bottle are.. If you know of any that aren't please share. I've broken too many glass bottles for that to be an option. And I'm not into aluminum @chermcmaui
gorkazurbano : Amianto bisnes? Whats up whith alu? Thanks
jussioksanen : @lorenzolietti πŸ™
bakedbooger - bryandhardy - movementinastorm - ckyte -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
Tropical afternoons | photo @troyerimages | @reef_usa #justpassingthrough
justpassingthrough -
bcollins7007 : Soul surfing......
nicmclean : @troyerimages nice image
amikoj : Jesucristo anda sobre las aguas!!! 😹
steveheiss : πŸ™Œ
izzicm : @elmmata
hydroflask : Smooth! @cyrus_sutton
elmmata : 😍 @izzicm
kathrynrog : You guys have a lot in common @colinleibold
covert208 - ryantatar - potentialitea - robmachadofoundation -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
Love this feeling | photo @dylangordon
aloha_koji : me toπŸ˜πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ„
topodojo : sweet stylee
toobs_aimer : Yew! Steezy bru
jglyles : Freaking epic capture!
oldsoulwoodworks : @pattenthebruce dig it!
alexanderchayes : Stellar... @dylangordon Can I buy a print of this?
dylangordon : Yeah mate! Shoot me an email at dylangordon@mac.com @alexanderchayes
nogoodnick : @animalinstincts @thiscamerakillsfascists
brianaverillphotography - freakybornwings - its_sydshine - movementinastorm -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
Surf wasn't very good yesterday so I tried to tap into my inner @clarklittle and got sand in impossible places. Thanks @rdlough and @gopro for taking care of me all these years. Fun times ahead!
bonehead8 : Are you in SoCal?
rdlough : πŸ‘
cinthyaosses : πŸ‘
rebekahausten : Best song for this clip!
destocean : @robbyturtle love this song!
robbyturtle : @destocean lovely day!
destocean : @robbyturtle mmhmm😏
arnjensurfers : Ha ha!
amnull1 - _hafiz_ - camillehalt - stasvw -
instagram
cyrus_sutton - Cyrus Sutton
Honesty
hungryhafizz : That guy has been there for 10 years
andrewneal7 : @_tsherm_
magic_seaweed904 : @jakesinkorswim
natemachine : Get a job scumbag
siestasandolas : Sometimes... When you want the sale, you just gotta ask...
poormansheli : @rustyoldcamera ??
parshallyogi : @senorpinnaple @santrod21 @lennylane10
santrod21 : @parshallyogi or some spare change
anguinstagram - kerf_boards - jessawli - jeffisfindingit -
instagram
Iconosquare feedback