Pacific Islander and Asian American Heritage Month – A Hawai’i Perspective

May is recognized as Pacific Islander and Asian American Heritage Month established to recognize the history, contributions, achievements and importance of Pacific Islanders and Asian Americans. With mixed Asian- Hawaiian blood, I represent two island peoples, both who have suffered from discrimination, but also two races who are close to ocean. In recent years I have learned about Hawaiian cultural values like pono (wisdom ) and malama, (care) for the ocean has been recognized by the state of Hawai’i.

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Log to the Devil’s Teeth Expeditions 2023

These unique natural history trips to the Devil’s Teeth, (the Island of the Great White Shark) focus on the history, geology and biology of the Greater Farallones and San Francisco Bay. We only book in fall when the white sharks return and the weather is clement for our passengers and students. We focus on shark conservation and the health of the entire marine ecosystem in our sanctuary. Although we will watch whales and seabirds, and seek sharks- these trips are conservation and outdoor marine education and are not shark specifically watching of diving trips- but we often see sharks!

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Sharks in the Dana Point Film Festival

Join Shark Stewards educating and for a screening of our film Alice in Borneo’s Wonderland at the first Dana Point Film Festival. Film screenings are May 6 and 7, following the 50th year anniversary of the classic surfing film Endless Summer.

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Sharktoberfest 2022

Join Shark Stewards and the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary celebrating sharks and all marine life in our National Marine Sanctuary. Now in our 12th year, we will be hosting shark education and activities and shark film night with the International Ocean FilmFestival.

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