A warm mahalo to all te volunteers who came out to the Turtle Bay/North Shore Beach Cleanup at James Campbell National Refuge!
As part of the Wanderlust Festival, Surfrider Foundation is joining forces with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii and hosting a cleanup for the public and the participants of Wanderlust. We will be focusing on the hardest hit areas of Oahu as it relates to plastic pollution and Japan Tsunami Debris. We encourage you to join us as we clean the coastlines, hunt for treasures, and learn how we can reduce out own impact on our beautiful coastline. Surfrider Foundation is privileged to be able to access the pristine but plastic-infested James Campbell Wildlife Refuge. There we will focus on removing as much plastic and trash as possible. This will be later sorted for part of Method’s plastic reuse campaign. Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii will be cleaning Kahuku Point and Kahuku Golf Course Beach.
Sat 10:30: We’ll have the Surfider tent set up at the “west lawn” – so take a left at after the golf course when you come in to Turtle Bay (see attached map_. Please sign in, grab some bags and gloves and we’ll head to the Refuge around 10:45.
From Turtle Bay, the Refuge is 3 miles to the EAST (left of out from Turtle Bay). Look for the orange traffic cones and take a left into the Refuge. We’ll aim to meet at 11am at the Refuge HQ and then go to the dunes to CLEAN!!!
Malama Pono and thanks Surfrockers!
Sat March 2 10:30am : Please arrive at the west lawn in Turtle Bay resort (follow the blue flags and look for the Surfrider tent).
Sign in and get supplies for the clean up extravaganza! We will car pool over to the Refuge leaving Turtle Bay just before 11am.
We’ll return to Turtle Bay by 1pm.
Games for the kids and other activities will be available after the cleanup.
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