We’re excited to announce the “10 for 10” Fundraising Challenge! Every dollar you donate will be matched by an anonymous donor up to $5,000 until January 30, 2016. Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea had a big year! We celebrated our 10th anniversary Planted over 5,000 native plants for our coastal erosion project Educated over 3,000 residents and visitors Removed over 1,500 pounds of rubbish […]
We’re grateful for a visit from botanical staff from Waimea Valley checking in on our awesome Native Planting Project! The plants are doing great – so great that we were able to collect our first batch of seeds!
Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea was proud to host a special Makai Watch training designed specifically for Lifeguards. They are in and around the ocean every day and are our allies in helping to preserve marine resources for future generations. Mahalo nui loa to Luna Kekoa Makai Watch Coordinator for the Hawai‘i DLNR (Department of Land and Natural Resources), participating DOCARE […]
The students of Ka Papa Kai spent the day caring for our ‘āina by removing invasive weeds from our Native Hawaiian Plant Garden and by cleaning up twenty pounds of trash from the shoreline. Great job! By doing this, they are helping to ensure a healthy marine ecosystem. Ka Papa Kai learning all about the Papahānaumokuākea […]
E Alu Pū, a network of like-minded community organizations who care for and work together to manage and protect our fragile resources, was honored at the Hawai‘i Conservation Conference in Hilo this year. E Alu Pū was presented with the Conservation Innovation Award, given to the instigators or champions of a procedure that leads to […]
MPW was represented at the 23rd Annual Hawai‘i Conservation Conference this month in Hilo. The theme this year was Hanohano Hawai‘i Kuauli – Celebrating Collaboration and Wisdom Across Hawai‘i’s Ecosystems, and that is just what we were able to do. We were joined by hundreds of participants all working to protect and manage our unique […]