We created the Cape Clasp Brewery Passport Program to help promote local breweries on the Cape and Islands. With a dozen locations to explore, this passport can be your map to the best brews, backyard patios, and hoppy hours the Cape has to offer.
While you may not be able to identify their age just by looking at them, scientists are finding that great white sharks have longer lifespans than what they originally thought– and some of these predators are living up to seventy years or more.
Unfortunately, that longer lifespan also means it takes longer for these sharks to mature, and their population is only becoming more and more fragile. After years of people hunting these creatures for their fins and teeth, great white sharks have been labeled a “vulnerable” species.
Welcome to the Shark’s Don’t Sleep Podcast where we talk to people who are making real waves in the ocean and marine life space. Today’s guest is Caitlin Drown. She is the Brand Engagement Manager at Climate Neutral.
It’s not a big deal, right? A little plastic here, a little there. It’s not going to hurt anyone. Except it does. Plastic hurts a lot of someones every day, particularly those who live beneath the ocean waves. What you don’t know can be devastating. Read on to learn 10 surprising ocean pollution facts that will inspire you to make better choices.
Every year thousands of whales, dolphins, and other marine animals wash up on beaches around the world. Beaching is not limited to sick or dead animals; sometimes perfectly healthy whales end up finding themselves stuck on the beach. While not common enough to cause a threat to the species, it is a fascinating phenomenon. There are many reasons why whales suddenly found themselves stranded on land. Read on to learn more about whale beachings!
Did you know there are 7 distinct sea turtle species? They look very different from one another, grow to different sizes, eat different foods, and inhabit different areas of the world. Read on to learn about the differences between each type of turtle and what you can do to help save them!
May is officially known as the unofficial start of summer in New England, and that calls for some new music! We’ve updated our Spotify playlist for twenty-twenty-fun. Featuring artists like Radiohead, The Strokes, Mac Miller, The 1975 and more
From the start, we at Cape Clasp have been passionate about the conservation and protection of our oceans and both the animals and organisms that call it home. With that, we’re also committed to partnering with nonprofit organizations that share that same drive. Which is why we are so excited to announce our partnership with Savingthe Blue on our latest ring design, the Whale Shark Ring.
National Park Week is a week to celebrate and promote the United States National Parks system. It takes place from April 17-25 this year and Cape Clasp is teaming up with the National Park Foundation to offer 25% off our Tikós x NPF products. We are also giving away a National Park Adventure Pack so stay tuned for more information on our Instagram!
We are a socially responsible company designing products supporting the ocean and marine life causes. With 15% of profits from every purchase going back to nonprofits together we are helping to #makewaves.