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Swim 4 Sharks

July 27th, 2019|

Join Shark Stewards where you swim and post #Swim4Sharks and help save sharks.

Save the Bay on Earth Day- Beach Cleanup and Survey

April 20th, 2019|

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!

Aquatic Park Beach Clean Up & Debris Survey

April 22nd, 2018|

Through our Aquatic Park Stewards program, Shark Stewards is helping lead the Bay marine debris prevention effort through clean-ups, quantifying marine debris and cataloging marine life at Aquatic Park, San Francisco. EARTH DAY CLEAN UP! Community clean ups are the second Sunday each month at Aquatic Park at 10AM. These clean ups typically take about one hour and are [...]

Aquatic Park Beach Clean Ups

May 6th, 2017|

Meet outside the Dolphin Club, west end. Join us cleaning and supporting Aquatic Park National Marine Heritage Area.

Aquatic Park Beach Clean Up

January 26th, 2017|

Join Shark Stewards in our bi-weekly beach clean up and marine debris survey to clean up and solve the problem of butts and plastic entering our ocean. Clean ups are every other Saturday at Aquatic Park. Next clean up is January 28, at 0900 AM.   Meet outside the Dolphin Club, west end. Join us cleaning and supporting Aquatic Park National [...]

No Butts in the Bay

January 30th, 2016|

(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 [...]

Swimming With Sharks

July 4th, 2015|

This summer I swam from Alcatraz Island, entering the water not far from where a white shark had been observed preying on a pinniped 6 days before. Along with a few fellow Dolphin Club swimmers we stroked our way unharmed to Aquatic Park, past a curious sea lion, and no doubt over many species of small and [...]