“Do your little bit of good where you are;
it’s those little bits of good
when put together,
that overwhelm the world."
Stewards of the Sea, LLC hosted their marine debris mosaic reveal for World Ocean Day 2023!The artwork was creatively constructed from our 5th Long Beach NY International Coastal Clean Up 2022 and we also joined the TOH Lido Beach, NY this year as well!
A special thank you to steward, Co-Owner of Cliff Skudin of Skudin Surf for his up cycled surfboard and endless support of our community and for the use of facilities to reveal our marine debris Art.
We had important sustainability discussions with Fabien Cousteau, Fabien Cousteau Ocean Learning Center (via zoom)
Thanks to our stewards: Joe A. Brand Jr.,City of Long Beach Parks & Recreation Commissioner,Tom Canner, LB Director of Operations, Town of Hempstead Town Supervisor Donald X. Clavin, Jr., Nassau County Legislator, Denise Ford, Long Beach City Council, Liz Treston and all of our environmental partners who share a collective mission for a cleaner ocean.
Stewards of the Sea, LLC is inviting you to the reveal of our marine debris art!
The artwork was creatively constructed from our 2022 International Coastal Clean Up.
In honor of World Ocean Day, we will have a discussion about
our collective mission that expresses the importance of
RE-USE and sustainability for the preservation of our oceans.
We are very excited to be joined by Fabien Cousteau via zoom!
Skudin Surf School
Long Beach Boardwalk, Long Beach, NY
Saturday, June 10, 2023
11 am -12 noon
On July 6th and August 3rd, 2022 at the Lighthouse’s Montauk Oceans Institute, in Montauk, NY, Art educator Laura O’Shaughnessy-Swan guided visitors from all over the globe as they created a unique piece of repurposed art to take home! The focus was about marine debris plastics and the important role we all play in
Video Premier: Stewards of the Sea "Regenerate" https://youtu.be/OAMz46EFIS4 In a world where one is always searching to live in the now, the ocean humbles and helps one rely on instincts. We learn a reverence for a broader perspective as a human, while in the mercy of the ocean, the wild.
"Congratulations ! Your group has won the Making Waves Award in the 2019 Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Contest Film Category.
Your impressive submission stood out from the more than 3,500 entries we received from around the world—our biggest year yet! Thank you for using your voices to speak for our ocean, our climate, and our future."
CLIMATE, JOBS, JUSTICE walk in LBNY
People of many different backgrounds and ages took part in the march. “I came out and marched today to represent the millennials, and to show that wind power and saving our earth is extremely important,” said 14-year-old Jessica Carreiro, of Long Beach.