Aloha Surfrider’s due to impending heavy rain and flooding we are moving the Kahuku Point Beach Cleanup back a couple weeks to March 4th:

Kahuku Point Beach Cleanup Moved due to Weather: New Date: March 4th

 

Details Remain the same, just on a different day. You can still RSVP on the facebook invite here!

Surfrider Oahu, North Shore Community Land Trust (NSCLT) & Scott Hawaii are proud to host our first cleanup of the year at Kahuku Point on Oahu’s beautiful North Shore. While a stunning landscape, this is also an area highly impacted by marine plastics and encroachment of invasive species.

In addition to our usual beach cleaning efforts, the NSCLT will be leading volunteers in an effort to remove invasive plants and put over 200 native plants back into the ground.

Scott Hawai‘i is an amazing sponsor and community supporter of Surfrider and we are stoked to have them on board for our first cleanup of the year.

Saturday, February 11th 2017

LOCATION: Meet in front of the Turtle Bay Helipad, next to the main parking area. We’ll have a Blue Surfrider Tent Up so you know where to go.

Time: Check-in will begin at 9:00 AM and the first group will begin their walk out to Kahuku Point at 9:15 AM

Clean & Restoration: 9:30-12PM

Keiki Scavenger Hunt of Native Plants.

Giveaways of hats and reusable cups.

Lunch & Group Picture: 12PM

There are no facilities at the point, so please make sure to use the bathroom before you walk out and bring your own reusable water bottle (no single use plastic please).

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