Clean Harbour Initiative Buoyed by Boat Donation
The Clean Harbour Initiative will be upping its game this year thanks to the donation of a 26-foot speed boat by the family of the late Lindsay Petten of Port de Grave, N.L.
46-year-old Petten died accidently on December 23 while scuba diving with his son. A well-known and respected fisherman, he was the Captain of the Nautical Legend and son of fisherman Ches Petten.
“This is a tremendous savings for us,” said Shawn Bath, founder of the non-profit organization, Clean Harbour Initia...
Cleaning the Oceans: One Tire at a Time
Newfoundland commercial diver Shawn Bath has taken on a very daunting challenge.
The Twillingate native is the founder of the Clean Harbours Initiative, a not-for-profit organization aimed at cleaning up the harbours in and around Newfoundland. After diving commercially for 21 years, he noticed the increasing amount of garbage, intentionally or otherwise, littering the bottoms of the harbours and decided to do something about it.
The goal of the Clean Harbours Initiative is to remove ...