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The Shark-Free Marina Initiative

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The Shark-Free Marina Initiative

The Shark-Free Marina Initiative has a singular purpose, to reduce worldwide shark mortality.

We encourage shark conservation at sport fishing and resort marinas by prohibiting the landing of any shark at the participating marina.

The Shark-Free Marina Initiative

The SFMI works with marinas, fishermen and like minded non-profit groups to form community conscious policy and increase awareness of the need to protect our sharks, our ocean and our legacy.


Shark-Free Marinas
119 Esperanza Ave Long Beach, CA, 90802
Tel: 619.565.0208

http://www.sharkfreemarinas.com/

 
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