Visually see the economic impact of the deadly California driftnet fishery.
Setting over 45 million baited hooks/year for swordfish and tuna, Hawaii longliners harm false killer whales, blue footed and laysan albatrosses. Help us reform this destructive industrial fishery.
This fishery for swordfish and shark continues to capture and kill sea lions, dolphins and whales. Help us call for an end to California's deadliest fishery.
Action & Events
Tell the Pacific Fisheries Management Council that you care about endangered sperm whales and sea turtles. Ask them to close this deadly drift net fishery once and for all.
The U.S. government is planning to build a new American airstrip atop a healthy coral reef in Okinawa, Japan, that will likely destroy the
August 4– 14, 2017 (10-day trip on the Argo) Cost is $6,295 plus the required national park fee ($490) Join a research expedition to Cocos Island and work alongside scientists to re
Killing Continues to Mount in California Drift Gillnet Fishery: Government Adds New Species to Kill List
Today, the National Marine Fisheries Service published its final List of Fisheries for 2017. The list classifies U.S. fisheries based on the level of ...
NBC Bay Area produced an investigative story on California driftnets & the harm they cause to marine wildlife. Please help us share the truth about th...
Sea Birds & Mammals Resources
The California driftnet fishery has an overall negative impact on our economy because it costs more to manage the fisher...
SB 1114 will end the most harmful fishing practice on the West Coast by immediately reducing the number of...