Bill Will Protect Marine Life, Eliminate Deadly Gear Fishing for Swordfish in West Coast Waters and Save Sharks and Encourages Shift to More Sustainable Fishing Contact: David McGuire: david@sharkstewards On February 21, […]Read More
Over the past two decades, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife has statistically estimated 1.8 human- shark encounters with humans per year off the west coast of North America […]Read More
Large mesh drift gillnets are already banned in the U.S. territorial waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, as well as off the coasts of Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Hawaii.Read More
March 18-24 EcoBlitz CA with National Geographic- a statewide urban to ocean plastics and species data collection with youth.
This is a project engaging educators & classrooms to gather data, shared with National Geographic Explorers in a project to better understand the interconnected nature of the human & natural world.Read More
Join Shark Stewards, The Marine mammal project and Earth Island Institute in a public support for coastal marine protection and stop the proposed opening of our offshore waters to oil exploration and production.Read More
2/14/11 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE San Francisco CA Contact David McGuire California Legislators introduce Shark Bill for ocean protection Assembly Bill 376 to protect sharks by limiting shark fin trade in […]Read More