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Join HWF for a cleanup this season!
HAPPY NEW YEAR :) Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund wishes you and your ‘ohana the very best in 2015 and we hope to see you soon. Starting tomorrow, HWF has a round of community cleanup events in the coming months. See above map for locations (thank you Google!) and below for sign-up details:
1) On Fri. JAN 23rd – HWF will collaborate with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii (Oʻahu) and the Kona Brewing Company “KBC” to clean up around the hoists at South Pt / Ka Lae. Cleanup takes place from 10am – 12 noon and free lunch from KBC after that. Folks with 4WD vehicles will join us to clean up from Kaulana Boat Ramp to Pohakuloa (just south of Green Sands), participants without 4WD vehicles will clean up the derelict fishing gear and cigarette butts around South Point. Meet at the Ka Lae cliffs @ 9:30am. More info @ https://www.facebook.com/events/367218540119436/
2) On Sat. FEB 7th – HWF will host our Kaʻū Community Coastal Cleanup event at Pāʻula / Lepana on the Kalaemanō property. Volunteers are asked to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org (or use the link below) – 4WD vehicles are needed and space is limited in our vehicles. This cleanup is made possible with logistic support by Kuahiwi Ranch. Meet us at Waiʻōhinu Park at 7:45am for carpool/caravan to cleanup site.
3) On Sun. MARCH 15th – HWF will team up with Kona Boys and Hawaii State Parks for our 2nd annual kayak and cleanup event at Kaʻawaloa (Captain Cook Monument) in South Kona. Space is very limited so please contact us early to hold your spot. Volunteers must be over 16 and be able to swim, paddle a kayak, and haul debris over 25 lbs. More info from email@example.com.
4) On Sat. MARCH 28th – HWF will host another Kaʻū Community Coastal Cleanup event at Kamilo Point along the Waiʻōhinu coastal strand. Volunteers are asked to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org (or use the link below) – 4WD vehicles are needed and space is limited in our rides. Meet us at Waiʻōhinu Park at 7:45am for carpool/caravan to cleanup site.
These cleanups are made possibly by grant funding from NOAA’s Marine Debris Program and in-kind support from community groups and businesses. If you’d like info about how you can help contribute, please contact us directly. More cleanups (including ones at Ka’ehu, Maui) are listed on our online calendar – check out our website at wildhawaii.org for more info.
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