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Stop Fish Bombing in the Coral Triangle

October 31st, 2017|

Fish bombing (also known as ‘dynamite fishing’, or ‘blast fishing’) is a destructive fishing practice in which typically homemade bombs are dropped into the ocean or onto the seabed. Shock waves produced by the explosion either stun or kill fish, some of which are then collected from the surface while the rest sink to the seabed. [...]

Sharktober Blue Drinks with Shark Stewards

October 26th, 2017|

Sharktober Blue Drinks with Shark Stewards- costumes encouraged, blood on the water optional.

 Sharks at Bamboo Reef, Film and Mixer

October 20th, 2017|

Help us build our Shark Watch and MPA Watch community with our partners Bamboo Reef.

Sanctuary for Sharks. Patagonia

October 11th, 2017|

Celebrate sharks and sharktober with Patagonia! Join us for a shark talk and film on sharks and sanctuaries at Patagonia North Point, San Francisco 6:30 PM- 9:00 PM. Raffle, drinks and good company working with our sustainable community partners to save the ocean.

Save the Bay Day Beach Clean Up

October 7th, 2017|

Beach clean up on Save the Bay Day

Sharks and Mermaids-Kick off Sharktober

September 27th, 2017|

Join the team and help us kick off Sharktober. Join the team and help us kick off Sharktober.

Exploring and Saving Borneo Wildlife

August 15th, 2017|

Since 2013 when we signed onto an effort to ban shark fishing in Sabah, Borneo, Shark Stewards has been active in the region in policy, data collection and restoration in Malaysia. Invited to the country by conservation partners, I was impressed by the strong conservation community, particularly in Sabah. Well known for its Orangutan, pygmy elephants [...]

Swim for Borneo Sharks

July 17th, 2017|

Shark Stewards sixth annual Swim for Sharks is occurring across the globe in Malaysian Borneo.

Swim For Sharks

June 21st, 2017|

Update: 15 volunteers successfully swam around Pom Pom Island in memoriam of TRACC Founder Steve Oakley. Watch for our next swim in 2018, and help us keep fighting for sharks. The fifth annual Swim for Sharks started across the globe in Malaysian Borneo. This awareness and fundraising swim rounded Pom Pom Island, to help raise funds [...]

Tropical Forest Restoration, Shark Research and Rescue Borneo

June 12th, 2017|

With the University of San Francisco Shark Stewards returns to Sabah Malaysia in June working with our partners at KOPEL and the Sabah Shark Protection Association restoring a tropical forest ecosystem and documenting and saving wildlife in Borneo.