Sat, Dec 30|
LAST CLEANUP OF 2023: Anahola Rivermouth & Beach Cleanup
Join us at Anahola rivermouth on December 30th from 9 am to 12 pm. Let's come together as a community to take care of what we love and address the reports of extra marine debris in the river mouth area and surrounding beaches to the North and South, including Anahola and Aliomanu beaches.
Time & Location
Dec 30, 2023, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
About the event
Aloha, nā makamaka o ke kai (ocean friends)! Come join us for our last Beach Cleanup of the year, happening at a very special spot on the NE side of Kauaʻi that's received lots of marine debris lately. Join us at Anahola rivermouth on December 30th from 9 am to 12 pm. Let's come together as a community to take care of what we love and address the reports of extra marine debris in the river mouth area and surrounding beaches to the North and South, including Anahola and Aliomanu beaches.
Date: December 30th
Time: 9 am - 12 pm
Location: Anahola Rivermouth
Why Join Us?
Ka wai (water) is life, and our beaches are not just places of leisure; they're vital ecosystems that deserve our care. By participating in this beach cleanup, you're contributing to a cleaner, healthier honua (earth) and addressing the specific challenges faced by the Anahola Rivermouth and its neighboring beaches.
What to Expect:
- All cleanup materials provided - just bring your aloha spirit!
- No RSVP necessary - just ho'aloha (come with friends) and show up with your enthusiasm!
- A warm, welcoming atmosphere with like-minded lāhui (community).
- Opportunities to connect with fellow ocean advocates and local environmental organizations.
How to Participate:
- Wear comfortable holoholo (casual) clothes and sun protection.
- Bring a reusable a resuable water bottle to stay hydrated - we'll provide the refill station and refreshments for after the cleanup.
- Share this post and invite your friends and family!
Let's unite for a Cleaner Ocean!
Let's make a positive impact on the Anahola Rivermouth and its surrounding beaches. Join us for the last cleanup of the year for a day of 'ohana, ho'ihi (respect), and ho'omālamalama (conservation) of 2023. See you at the beach!