Our KPK students had a blast at Ocean Fest! Visit us this Saturday at Ocean Fest! We will be there to help educate about our fragile marine ecosystem and will have information about our various projects and programs. We’ll also have prizes for attendees of all ages who successfully play our “Guess That Critter” game. […]
Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea is proud to present our Community Science Talk Story Event. Join us Saturday, May 28th, from 5pm-8pm at the Sunset Beach Recreation Center.
Limu (seaweed) is a very important part of the marine ecosystem. Stay tuned for a whole series of posts all about our native limu!
Join the Save Sharks Cove Coalition at a special North Shore Neighborhood Board meeting on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 at the Pavilion in Waimea Valley. Public comments and questions will be taken after presentation by Developers. Sharks Cove Coalition! is a network of community groups, neighbors, and individuals united: to protect and enhance the ecological […]
These pretty colors and odd shapes are the remnants of plastics lost in the sea. The students of Ka Papa Kai learned today that when seabirds mistake the plastic bits for food, they fill up with them, stop eating because they feel full, then starve to death due to a lack of nutrition. Mahalo to […]
E HUKI I NĀ KŪKANAWAO! Pull the Weeds! Saturday, Jan 16th! Aloha! It’s been a little over a year since we started our Coastal Restoration Project at Pūpūkea Beach Park (Sharks Cove) and the over 5000 Native Hawaiian plants we planted are doing great! All the recent rain has been a blessing but its been […]