We’re not sure who had more fun at this summer’s Ka Papa Kai session… us or the keiki!
Earlier this July, the students of Ka Papa Kai, our marine science for youth program, spent a week learning all about the ocean through fun, hands-on activities that focused on conservation, science, and culture.
The keiki studied marine species and the tide pool habitat and learned about threats to marine life such as marine debris, pollution, and erosion.
The students created “art for awareness” out of plastics and painted their favorite sea creature on canvas.
We would like to thank the Johnson ‘Ohana Charitable Foundation for their generous support of the KPK program, VOLCOM for the awesome rash guards, the Lifeguards who kept us all safe and the parents and families of all the kids.
For more information about Ka Papa Kai, please contact Jenny, Director of Educational Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.