The Surfer's Journal publishes ALASKAFOLIO - Alaskan surfing photos by Scott Dickerson.
The Surfer’s Path, an international surfing magazine, worked with Scott Dickerson to publish ALASKAFOLIO an eight page spread of photographs and words featuring Scott’s work in the Alaskan surf scene. The photographs are selection of previously unpublished highlights from several winter surf seasons. Scott was particularly excited to team up with with The Surfer’s Path for the debut of these unique photos because of the publications commitment not only to the spirit of surfing, but also the environment that surfers depend on.
From The Surfer’s Path website:
“The Surfer’s Path is the first (and, so far as we know, the only) truly “green” surf magazine. It’s printed on 100-percent post-consumer recycled paper (processed without chlorine bleach) with non-GMO soy inks. It was a move that – despite considerable extra expense – we simply had to make. It’s simple common sense: the survival of our surf spots is directly linked to the health of our rivers and streams…Surfers above all should be aware of the looming realities behind the principle of sustainability. Like swells, change comes out of the blue – out of spontaneous brilliance, accident, serendipity, and – necessity. And, to be honest, we know that this green shift is necessary. We believe that you surfers, our readers, are brilliant enough to support our efforts to create a more sustainably-produced (and even more excellent) surf magazine.” - Alex Dick-Read (publisher)