Celebrate the Ocean, take action with Shark Stewards on International Cleanup Day and help save endangered marine life for a Plastic Free National Park.Read More
For over one thousand years the Hawaiian People, the Kanaka Maoli, were the original stewards of the Aina and Moana, the land and waters of Hawai’i and the connection between them. Removing plastic from this sacred place at Pu’ukohola Heiau will teach us to rebuild reverence among park and beach visitors and help lead the Plastic Free Parks movement.
Through beach cleanups and direct engagement with the community, we have an opportunity to teach youth and to connect to native cultures and help restore the health of the land and the ocean. Through honoring the legacy of indigenous stewardship and joining our efforts we will ensure that generations to come will inherit a just, healthier, and more sustainable future.Read More
Shark Stewards is joining forces with Save the Bay to help keep Bay waters, beaches and our National Park plastic free. Join us October 9!Read More
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 […]Read More