Celebrate the ocean with Shark Steward's monthly beach cleanup and survey at Aquatic Park San Francisco. Kid Friendly!
Celebrate Earth Day- Ongoing beach survey of plastic pollution, bioblitz and clean up, volunteer program to care for our National Park - and lets make it butt and smoke free!
The Aquatic Park Stewards program is helping lead marine debris prevention through beach clean-up, quantifying marine debris, and wildlife and supporting our partners, the National Park Service. The school program brings underserved youth to the San Francisco appreciating and learning about marine ecosystems, threats and solutions. Join us cleaning and supporting Aquatic Park National Marine Heritage Area. [...]
Ocean conservation group Shark Stewards has partnered with the National Parks Service by adopting the Aquatic Park National Marine Heritage Area in San Francisco. "We are proud of our maritime heritage and helping maintain our local National Park," said David McGuire, Director of Shark Stewards. The group is motivating volunteers from the adjacent Dolphin Rowing and Swimming Club and [...]
Filters, commonly known as cigarette butts, do not protect smokers from cancer, emphysema, or other diseases associated with smoking. However, discarded filters create a costly and prevalent source of litter in California and place children and wildlife at risk. To reduce this toxic health risk and needless expenditure, Assembly Bill 48 (Stone, D- Monterey Bay) has been proposed to [...]
(February 5, 2016) San Francisco CA For Immediate Distribution Contact: David McGuire, Director Shark Stewards The San Francisco Bay non-profit Shark Stewards announces an alliance to clean up beach debris to save sharks and protect fragile habitat in the San Francisco Bay. The partnership is being announced during Super Bowl 50, with a series of [...]