Just off the coast of Waikiki, a stranded fishing boat is mistaken as a tourist attraction. The 79-foot Pacific Paradise crashed into a shallow reef in mid-October.
For the first time ever, Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN), a global marine conservation nonprofit, has offered a scholarship to an early career marine conservationist for its yearly Cocos Island Expedition.
Four species of salmon have entered Marin County’s Lagunitas Creek (through Tomales Bay from the Pacific Ocean) to mark the beginning of the spawning season.
Earlier this week, in Northern California, the Marin County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the purchase of a failing golf course with the intention of returning this land to protected public lands and habitat for critically endangered coho salmon.
Local, state, and federal entities are coming together to show their support for Marin County’s decision to acquire the San Geronimo Golf Course and make it available for everyone to enjoy.
Please be a part of this local movement to protect an endangered species by sending an email to your supervisor to help them feel confident in making the best decision for all of Marin.
Fishing crews were found living in squalor, forced to use buckets instead of toilets and suffering running sores from bed bugs. There have been instances of human trafficking, active tuberculosis and low food supplies.