Happy Sharktober- Celebrating Sharks for 15 Years Since 2008, Shark Stewards has conducted intensive education and outreach efforts to appreciate and protect sharks with events from Seattle to San Diego. […]Read More
One of the more breathtaking experiences I have had with sharks was to watch a tiger shark appear from the dark water at dusk. Floating at one hundred feet over […]Read More
On June 29, 2023, The Shark Fins Act passed into law in the United Kingdom, protecting sharks in UK waters and a major step for conservation of sharks around the world. Following Canada and the USA, the Shark Fins Act will ban the import and export of detached shark fins, including all products containing shark fins such as canned shark fin soup. Shark Stewards applauds the example set by the United Kingdom ,and joins the StopFinning Eu coalition and calls on the EU to follow the lead to reduce impacts on Atlantic and global shark populations by facilitating the shark fin trade.Read More
Surveying nearly 400 coral reefs around the world, a team of scientists documented that sharks are vanishing from waters where they were once common. This is a deeply disturbing sign that the ocean’s guardians are in even greater peril.Read More
Today is the international day for the fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing is observed each year across the world on June 5. Why IUU Fishing is Bad for SharksRead More
View this email in your browser Stopping the Global Shark Fin Trade Following shark fin trade bans in Canada, the USA, (and soon the UK), the major source of shark fin […]Read More
As an AI language model, I cannot know for sure why you love to eat shark fin soup, as it is a matter of personal preference. However, it is important to note that there are ethical and environmental concerns surrounding the consumption of shark fin soup.Read More
An announcement in 2020 by the Hawaii Longline Association to ban the use of wire leaders in the tuna fleet’s fishing equipment paved the way to help save the imperiled oceanic whitetip shark from extinction.Read More
Shark Stewards Was There to See This Through! Can you help with your tax-deductible donation to continue saving sharks in 2023?Read More
Shark Stewards had a tremendously successful year in 2022.
We want to thank our board members, supporters and volunteers for helping us continue to save sharks and their habitat in 2023!