Repurposed shark hooks on Etsy in time for the holidaysRead More
Whats the worst shark movie you have ever seen, but would like to see again?
Ghost Shark? Sharknado? Hammerhead?
Join our Shark Movie contest and submit your entry in the name slot below or on our Facebook or Instagram pages. Winner receives a free white shark T-shirt.Read More
Join Shark Stewards and the International Ocean Film Festival for a sharktober film and discussion on film, sharks and adventure.
Featuring the films 700 sharks (700 requins dans la nuit)by National Geographic director Luc Marescot.
Patagonia, North Point location San Francisco
Join adjunct Professor and Shark Stewards Director David McGuire for a talk on NE Pacific Great White sharks and short film.Read More
The California driftnet fishery is responsible for the annual killing of thousands of innocent seabirds, marine mammals and sharks in California waters and is the only fishery where these harmful nets are still used in the United States.Read More
Join David McGuire for a lecture hosted by the Marin Scuba Club on Wednesday, October 13 from 7:00 to 8:30pm to learn and discover a new or deeper fascination with sharks. Read more: https://sharkstewards.org/Read More
Join Shark Stewards celbrating our 15th Annual Sharktoberfest with our Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and watch it on YouTubeRead More
Sharktoberfest at the Sanctuary with Shark Stewards. Join Shark Stewards and our Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary for our annual Sharktoberfest celebration.Read More
Currently eBay allows for vendors to claim or require buyers have CITES permitting without verification, thereby condoning traffic of body parts of protected wildlife. We call on eBay to strengthen and enforce its wildlife policy to block all sales of endangered and protected species including jaws, rostra and shark fin products.Read More
The partnership with Shark Stewards and UC Berkeley’s Fung Fellowship was fruitful. Founder and Director David McGuire challenged students to develop a better way to coalesce data on California shark sightings, in part to create a rapidly shareable public response and education system that could aid scientific study as well as help minimize the risk of human-shark encountersRead More