POHOIKI CLEANUP EVENTS

Pohoiki - Isaac Kepo'okalani Hale

Monthly Shoreline Cleanup

 


2024

POUNDS OF TRASH REMOVED IN 2019


 

JOIN US FOR CLEANUP EVENTS

EVERY 2nd SATURDAY OF THE MONTH

February 9th  |  March 9th April 13th  |  May 11th  |  June 8th

July 13th  |  August 10th  |  September 14th  |  October 12th  |  November 9th  |  December 14th

 

EVENT DETAILS

Location:  Meetup location is at the old Pohoiki boat ramp at 9am.  Sign-in and get connected with the cleanup crew at the Wholistic Synergy Hawaii booth.

Time: 9am-1pm

Be Prepared for the Event: Please bring drinking water, gloves, snacks, and be prepared to remove lots of ocean-based trash from the tide line and beach area. If you have a cordless sawzall or reciprocating saw - please bring to help cut the nets into smaller pieces we can carry out. There are thousands of pounds of these nets along the shore and stuck in the reef. The ocean needs stewards more than ever right now.

 

RSVP FOR THIS EVENT

Please RSVP on the Facebook Event Page, or by Email (tribe@wholisticsynergy.org).  

 

Collective Energy & Community Support

Let's help keep our parks and beaches clean. Mahalo for your help!

 

PAST CLEANUP DATES & DETAILS

February 23rd, 2019 - The first Cleanup Event of the new year and at the new beach.

Total Weight Collected: 400+ Pounds

 

March 9th, 2019 - Focus on removing Ghost Nets from far end of beach.

30+ Attendees showed up for this event.  All work was focused on the ghost nets.

Total Weight Collected: 434 Pounds

 

April 13th, 2019 - Removal of ocean-based plastics, microplastics, and ghost nets along far south shoreline.

          Total Weight Collected: 184 Pounds

 

May 11th, 2019 - Removal of ocean-based plastics, microplastics, and ghost nets along far south shoreline.

          Total Weight Collected: 206 Pounds

 

June 8th, 2019 - Removal of ocean-based plastics, microplastics, and ghost nets along far south shoreline.

Joined by: Surfrider Foundation (Hilo), Sea Shepherd, Coral Reef Alliance, Girl Scouts, Local Lifeguards.  35+ Attendees.

          Total Weight Collected: 800 Pounds

 

 

 


 

CLEANUP GALLERY

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