A few stories from the early days of MPW October 31, 2012 “Banzai North Shore Wireless” – Bonzai Betty pays kudos to Mālama Pūpūkea-Waimea organization and thanks surefer Sophis Bartlow for volunterring to help! Click here to read the article July 30, 2012 “Pūpūkea tide pool contains feeble shrimp full of charm” The little charmers are […]
Ka Papa Kai was awarded $27,489 by State Farm’s Youth Advisory Board. The first Hawai‘i recipient ever! The students of Ka Papa Kai are excited to be in their new ocean-side classroom. The new tent, made possible by a grant from the State Farm Youth Advisory Board and MPW is awesome! Ka Papa Kai is […]
The crew of the tv series Aqua Kids came to Hawai‘i and visited with Jenny and Palakiko at Pūpūkea. Jenny shared some Hawaiian traditions with the crew teaching them the meaning of the word “aloha” and “ahupua‘a”. Palakiko sang an oli and took the crew to the ocean to introduce them to the critters who […]
Ka Papa Kai kids were featured in an article which was posted in the Star Advertiser by Susan Scott on July 30, 2012. “Pupukea tide pool contains feeble shrimp full of charm” Nai‘a was a participant in our summer Ka Papa Kai. Nai‘a, Awakea, Sariyah, and Daysha received “shrimp manicures” one day as we were […]
August 31, 2010, we had the pleasure of meeting with many of the Hanauma Bay Volunteers. Morgan Mamizuka, Volunteer Program Coordinator for the Hanauma Bay Education Program, brought her volunteers up to the North Shore to learn what our MLCD is all about. It was a wonderful exchange of information and “talk story” about both our special […]
After two years of hard work we finally got our new tent with our “own” logo on it!