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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 27, 2019 Contact: Todd Steiner, (415) 488-7652, tsteiner@seaturtles.org The Salmon Protection And Watershed Network, or SPAWN, observed adult salmon this week in Marin County’s Samuel P. Taylor State Park, marking the start of the spawning season for California’s salmon that are listed under the U.S. Endangered Species...

As we give thanks this holiday season, follow these simple, eco-friendly tips for a sustainable Thanksgiving celebration! Buy locally and sustainably. Shop at your local farmer’s market and don’t forget your reusable shopping bags. Use reusable cookware, plates, cups, napkins and utensils. Remember to have plenty of...

Alaskans love sharing a good fish story—we are famous for it—and often with each retelling the size of the fish and direness of the circumstances increase. Fish tales are fun to share. The impacts of climate change on our region are not and the stories...

This blog was written by Dr. David Shiffman, a marine conservation biologist and public science educator based in Washington, D.C. Renowned for his witty social media presence, he has written for the widely-read ocean science blog Southern Fried Science, and his science writing has appeared...

Loggerhead Marinelife Center helps recycle 272,595 Halloween candy wrappers.Juno Beach, FL – On Monday, November 18th, the fourth annual Unwrap the Waves recycling campaign announced that it collected a total of 272,595 candy wrappers, satisfying sustainability and Halloween’s sweet tooth all-in-one. Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC)...