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Om for the Oceans

Om For The Oceans

 

On the weekend of November 20-22, yoga studios across North America will support Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's vital marine conservation efforts. Sea Shepherd chapters and volunteersare working alongside yoga studios to raise the consciousness about our imperiled oceans and what actions one can take to protect them. Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word “yuj” which means to “unite” or find “communion with”. Through the ancient practice of yoga, we can all unite together to preserve our precious and vital ocean ecosystems and commune with some of the many qualities of our beautiful ocean – strength and inner calm.

 

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November 20, 2015 - Long Beach, CA

November 20, 2015 - Long Beach, CA

November 20, 2015 - Woodbridge, VA

November 21, 2015 - New York, NY

November 21, 2015 - Sunset Beach, CA

November 22, 2015 - San Clemente, CA

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Operation Milagro III Campaign Launch Video
Operation Milagro III Campaign Launch Video
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is returning to Mexico’s Gulf of California for Operation Milagro III to save the near extinct vaquita marina porpoise and the endangered totoaba bass. The M/V Farley Mowat is back on active duty with the M/V Sam Simon joining the Milagro campaign for the first ti...
Sea Shepherd Investigates Whale Corpse in Sea of Cortez
Sea Shepherd Investigates Whale Corpse in Sea of Cortez
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Entanglement in the South
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Good and Bad Days
Good and Bad Days
This video follows Sea Shepherd volunteers over the course of two days. The first day Sea Shepherd locates and removes a long line from the sea; fortunately no animals were caught in the net. However, the next day volunteers find a sea lion that has been caught and died in a fisherman's net.
Operation Virus Hunter Campaign Summary
Operation Virus Hunter Campaign Summary
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Illegal Totoaba Nets
Illegal Totoaba Nets
This video follows Sea Shepherd volunteers through the process of locating, retrieving and disposing of illegal nets in the Gulf of California.
Discovering Alleged Wild Salmon Dead in Fish Farms
Discovering Alleged Wild Salmon Dead in Fish Farms
August 12th 2016: Early Thursday morning the R/V Martin Sheen assisted Melissa Willie, a band councilor of the Musgamagw Dza’wada’enuxw nation, in hand delivering a letter to three farms expressing the nations disapproval of the industry. Sea Shepherd crew alongside independent biologist Alexand...
The Grind of the Faroe Islands
The Grind of the Faroe Islands
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Operation Virus Hunter: A Salmon PSA with Pamela Anderson
Operation Virus Hunter: A Salmon PSA with Pamela Anderson
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Why Just One?  Indiegogo Video
Why Just One? Indiegogo Video
Support Sea Shepherd's documentary by sharing and backing our Indiegogo campaign here: http://bit.ly/1OfvER6
Milagro Summary - English
Milagro Summary - English
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Operation Milagro II: Vlog 15 - Good Bye
Operation Milagro II: Vlog 15 - Good Bye
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Sea Shepherd's Ethical Research Whale Project
Sea Shepherd's Ethical Research Whale Project
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Totoaba Poachers Caught on Camera
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Operation Milagro II: Vlog 14 - Saving Lives
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Sea Shepherds finds a dead sample of the most endangered marine mammal in the world
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Operation Milagro II: Vlog 12 - This is Direct Action
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Operation Milagro II: Vlog 11 - Big Fish
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Operation Milagro II: Vlog 10 - Light up the Dark
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Sea Shepherd Removes gillnet from Endangered Vaquita Habitat
Sea Shepherd Removes gillnet from Endangered Vaquita Habitat
Sea Shepherd Removes gillnet from Endangered Vaquita Habitat.
Operation Milagro II: Vlog 05 - Gillnet Damage
Operation Milagro II: Vlog 05 - Gillnet Damage
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