beach clean ups

JUNE 15 – BAMP partners with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii for Marley Concert and Diamond Head Cleanup

On June 15th Sustainable Coastlines and Surfrider will be hosting a cleanup at Diamond Head. Last years efforts resulted in 2,800 lbs removed with the help of over 200 volunteers. This year we hope to increase awareness and participation. We want to inspire stewardship for this precious coastline that is used by beach goers and […]

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Kamehameha Schools……….Evict Monsanto Now!

A new documentary of Hawaii just came out. We all should watch this. Yes, take it with a grain of salt, but even with that grain we should be fearful. With this being King Kamehameha day, I feel the stewards of Kamehameha Schools should do what is pono and evict the perpetrators of this ongoing […]

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International Surfing Week – Diamond Head and Kahuku Clean Ups

Check out our Facebook Page for the Event by clicking Here.

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Help the environment

There are a lot of things you can do to reduce your impact on the environment yourself. Plastic bags for instance have a huge impact.

Why not bring your own while shopping?

What can I do?

Join us for these events!

  • March
    1
    Wanderlust Cleanup at Kahuku Beach
  • April
    19
    Earth Day at Kualoa
  • Summer time
    TBD
    TOWN CLEANUP

Host your own cleanup

Interested in hosting a beach clean up?

If so, here is a good overview to planning and implementing a successful beach clean up.

You can always email us too at info@sustainablecoastlineshawaii.org.

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