SandyHook SeaLife Foundation™
Bryan Mullennix - Getty Images - National Geographic
We dump garbage in
Bill Curtsinger - National Geographic
We pull life out
and we are running out of wild fish.
From the biggest to the smallest, from giant ocean predators to tiny bait fish, these animals are disappearing at an alarming rate
from over-fishing, shark fining, pollution and by-catch -
fish the ocean needs to function - food we need to survive.
YOU can create change
Spread the word
Make a difference!
5 THINGS YOU CAN DO
1) Watch SSF's film "Imagine - an ocean without fish"
produced and directed by Rick Morris (below)
2) Select sustainable seafood using Seafoodwatch.org -
a free downloadable seafood pocket/app guide
3) Choose smaller fish - reduce demand for swordfish, billfish, tuna and shark (never order shark fin soup)
4) Reduce plastic waste
5) Be informed
SSF's The Swordfish Hunters
Film Outreach Campaign
Help spread the story
of the disappearance
of the largest fish in the ocean!
Dr. Thomas Armbruster, marine biologist, diver, physician and recreational/commercial fisherman launched SandyHook SeaLife Foundation in 2006.
SSF is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
~ssf vision - comprehensive public support for the protection of our endangered marine environment
ssf mission - to promote marine conservation via entertaining, solutions-based films, volunteerism and political action
ssf focus - the status of highly migratory predators (sharks, swordfish, tuna and billfish), sustainable fisheries and marine animal populations
ssf philosophy - individual actions matter - take it personally.
Thomas Armbruster, MD
Director, Outreach & Development
Mary M. Hamilton
Marine Conservation through Education, Volunteerism, Political Action
Supporting WildOceans (formerly National Coalition for Marine Conservation), Healthy Oceans Coalition, The Ocean Project,
Shark Alliance International, New Jersey Environmental Lobby
Phone: 609.953.2677 E-mail: SHSLFoundation@aol.com
Mailing Address: 326 Stokes Rd. #372 Medford, NJ 08055 USA