Earth Day is a time for us to reflect on the state of our planet and to take action to protect it. One of the most pressing environmental issues facing […]Read More
Sharks at Bioneers 2023
With The Earth Island Institute, Shark Stewards will be participating at the David Brower Center, Berkeley at the 34th Annual Bioneer Conference.Read More
Sharks Live at the International Ocean Film Festival
Join Shark Stewards with fans and fimmakers in San Francisco April 7-10 for the revival of the International Ocean Film Festival. Now in its 19th year, the festival will be live on-screen at the Cowell Theater in Fort Mason including other Bay Area screening venues and virtual).
On Friday April 8 at 1PM, we present the film The Dark Hobby on aquarium fish harvested from Hawaii with film director Paula Fouce onstage. Learn about our campaign to stop harvesting Kona reef fish and support healthy reefs and sharks in the central Pacific.
SUPPORT THE CHUMASH HERITAGE NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY
Currently the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is in the process of collecting public comments to support the Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary. This Sanctuary will protect a remote and lightly impacted coastal area off the California Coastline between Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties, critical habitat for sea otters, whales and other endangered species, is sensitive habitat and has significant cultural value for Native Chumash people.
On Thursday January 6 the public can attend the final virtual public hearing for the proposed sanctuary.