Sea Shepherd's Remote Beach Clean-up at Anindilyakwa
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Take a look at images from our remote clean-up at Anindilyakwa
"We need to turn off the tap on plastic pollution and the producers need to be held accountable and produce better-designed products that can be reused or repurposed at the end of the product's life."
- Sea Shepherd Remote Marine Debris Campaigner, Grahame Lloyd.
Working together with Anindilyakwa Land and Sea Rangers, our Sea Shepherd crew tackled four of the worst affected beaches on the island. These beaches were located in three different clans' countries with two of these beaches being on closed lands.
Sea Shepherd would like to acknowledge and thank the Traditional Custodians for allowing us access to their Cultural Lands including 8 Mile Beach (Mamarika country), South Point (Wurrawilya country), 6 Mile Beach (Yantarrnga country) and Picnic beach (Yantarrnga country).