Students from the University Laboratory School’s Project Pono environmental stewardship program organize this annual event to raise awareness about our local sacred and historic sites, problems of marine debris, and other impacts humans have on the environment.
WHERE: Ka Iwi State Park (area between the Makapu’u Lighthouse and Alan
WHEN: Saturday, March 9, 2013 (9:00 am noon; please arrive by 8:45am to begin registration process and collection of forms)
WHO: For anyone who enjoys the outdoors and who wants to make a difference in
the environment and community. Snacks and light refreshments for
WHY: To maintain and restore the beauty of our land while raising awareness
about the pressing issues regarding the environment and preservation of
our land. And to support YOUNG PEOPLE IN BECOMING ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS!
The crew will be meeting in a temporary parking area along Kalanianaole Highway, about halfway between Sandy Beach and Makapu‘u Lighthouse. For more information, please contact this year’s Lead Student Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message for us at the advisors’ voicemail at 956-8846.