Introducing The “Save The Sea Turtles” Straw

Marine Life Threatened by Plastics

Plastic Straw Problem on BeachesIt is estimated that more than 100 million marine animals are killed each year due to plastic debris in the ocean and that more than 80 percent of this plastic comes from land. When we throw away or litter plastic items, they can wash out to sea from beaches, streets, and landfills. This pollution often kills wildlife like our precious sea turtles when they ingest it or become entangled in it. That’s why it’s so important to reduce the amount of plastic garbage we produce and seek safer, eco-friendly alternatives.

Millions of plastic straws pollute our waterways and oceans, harming marine animals, such as endangered sea turtles, that ingest an alarming amount of plastic. Each year, beach cleanups collect hundreds of thousands of plastic straws, which continue to make the top ten list of most collected beach cleanup items worldwide.

Strawesome is proud to sponsor Sea Turtle Conservancy

Sea Turtle Conservancy Logo

Sea Turtle Conservancy is the oldest sea turtle conservation group in the world. Since 1959, Sea Turtle Conservancy has been working to preserve sea turtles and the habitats upon which they rely through research, conservation, education and advocacy. Your purchase will help sustain successful sea turtle conservation programs throughout the Wider Caribbean basin including education and advocacy in Florida, tagging programs in Panama and anti-poaching patrols and local outreach in Costa Rica. Learn more about how STC is saving sea turtles at

The Save Sea Turtles Straw

Save Sea Turtles Glass Straw

Strawesome will donate $7 from each sale of this limited-edition straw to support STC’s programs.

This Cause Strawesome is a custom designer Amethyst Smoothie Straw with a Turtle inspired by STC’s logo.

Length: 8″, Outer Diameter: 12mm

View The Save Sea Turtle Straw in our Online Store and consider supporting the great work of Sea Turtle Conservancy.

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