On April 20th 2013 Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii and Sea Life Park hosted The Earth Day Beach Cleanup and Arts & Music Festival. With the help of many other organizations, the event became the largest beach cleanup in Hawaii history! The totals are in and are listed below: Participants: 1,073 Trash: approx 4,500 lbs. Recycled: through [...]
With the momentum flowing from the Diamond Head Cleanup with Surfrider last weekend and the C4 Supsquatch action at Queens for International Surfing Day, Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii teamed up with nearly 100 volunteers and steamed forward to tackle the James Campbell Wildlife Refuge. The wetlands up in Kahuku (specifically the James Campbell Wildlife Refuge) are [...]
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Mr. Lawrence, who I accidentally called Josh during our talk which was accompanied by a bunch of chuckles, invited Sustainable Coastlines to speak to a library packed with students between the ages of 15-18. It was our goal to promote our next beach clean up and to inspire the students to care for their own [...]
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