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15
May

South Shore Cleanup

Every year we host 4 BIG cleanups along with being involved in roughly 10 other smaller cleanups. This South Shore Cleanup is one of those BIG cleanups. We are inviting everyone to join us on June 21st at 9:30 AM to cleanup the South Shore. With multiple locations being cleaned we want give you the …

21
Apr

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii clean up Mauka to Makai from the air

  What a day, that rain out there, yeah those are Earths tears of joy. The combined work of over 500 volunteers on April 19th resulted in 700 native plants given life into the land (aina), 260 buckets of coral weighing in at a total of 7,800 pounds added to fortify the fishponds walls, an uncountable …

16
May

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 …

28
Jun

Kahuku Cleanup with Method and Kokua Hawaii Foundation

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 …

12
Jun

Zones are set, which one will you choose?

16
May

International Surfing Week – Diamond Head and Kahuku Clean Ups

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

10
May

Surfrider Clean Up was Awesome, albiet nasty

This past Sunday we went down to the Ala Wai to help out Surfrider Foundation with their clean up. We brought down a few bamboo poles to pull stuff out of the Ala Wai but they ended up being no match for the nasty treasures that didn’t want to leave the canal. Thanks to Surfrider …