Waterman James Pribram questions the value of a temporary sea wall below the Agate Street beach access project.
Beach activist James Pribram is known as Eco Warrior. The Laguna Niguel resident, who grew up several bluff houses on right, wants no remnants left at this Agate Beach, Laguna, construction site. The project is designed to improve a staircase leading to the beach Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018. The former pro surfer has pulled rusty nails and metal from the sand over the past months. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange County Register/SCNG)
Growing up in the 70’s, ECO-Warrior Founder James Pribram knew Laguna Beach to be “just a down to earth, blue collar town.” The vast expanse of the Pacific was just outside Pribram’s window and it beckoned every part of his soul to love the sea unconditionally. The smitten Pribram, in turn, took to aquatic activities quite naturally, developing some powerful chops in the sea—like fish to water.