Protect the Cocos-Galapagos Swimway

Sharks and sea turtles use a marine superhighway, known as the Cocos-Galapagos Swimway, to move between feeding and nesting grounds. But this migration route is currently unprotected from industrial fishing fleets.

Our mission is to mobilize people in local communities around the world to protect marine wildlife and the oceans and inland watersheds that sustain them.

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Sea Turtles

Salmon (SPAWN)

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Our Impact

Restored over 100,000 square feet of crucial creekside habitat for wild coho salmon through native plantings, bank stabilization, and floodplain restoration.

Began and supported nesting beach programs in Central America that prevented egg poaching resulting in more than 1 million additional sea turtle hatchlings.

Closed down 250,000 square miles of the Pacific Ocean to the Hawaii longline swordfish fishery and the California driftnet fishery to protect sea turtles and marine mammals.

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