Turtle Island Restoration Network, a leading ocean conservation organization, condemns this reversal of public lands protections.
As a result of the action of our supporters, the public, and our coalition partners, the Maui County Council unanimously approved the first reading of the bill.
Turtle Island Restoration Network recently launched a swordfish boycott to protect ocean wildlife from deadly commercial fishing methods. Swordfish has become a popular food offered in restaurants and markets, and ocean wildlife is dying as a consequence.
For the first time ever, Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN), a global marine conservation nonprofit, has offered two scholarships to early career marine conservationist for its yearly Cocos Island Research Expedition.
On November 14, 2017, after a raucous public hearing attended by nearly 300 residents, Marin County Supervisors voted unanimously to purchase the 157-acre San Geronimo Golf Course to create public open space and to benefit endangered coho salmon.