Picture above: R/V Viking. There is strong evidence that illegal fishing has increased in marine reserves from California to the Galapagos during the COVID crisis. These marine protected zones prohibit commercial, […]Read More
Discussion on sharks and Co-existing the oceans top predator.
Firehouse at Fort Mason- following the Saturday shark film set at the International Ocean Film Festival San Francisco.
An estimated 20 million blue sharks are killed every year and enter the shark fin trade. Save this species form overfishing and the fin trade by protecting them under CITES Appendix II .Read More
Shark Stewards is proud to be one of the 45 Non Government Organizations (NGOs) from around the world that work on issues relating to the conservation and sustainable use of […]Read More
Watered Down Shark Fin Law Will Increase Fines, but Allow Shark Fin Trade to Continue. April 24, 2017 Florida legislators side skirted an important shark conservation measure by weakening a […]Read More
Contact Your Representative and Your Senators Directly and urge them to support the Shark Fin Trade Elimination Act of 2019.Read More