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Make the Connection

The first step in learning to make a difference in the ocean is learning how your actions have an impact. Keep reading to learn everyday things you can do to help protect and value the seas. 279 more words

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Let Us Be Wild Slideshow | The Nature Conservancy

“Let Us Be Wild” is a campaign to encourage visitors to keep a safe distance from iconic marine species and to choose a responsible tour operator while in Hawai’i. 10 more words

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Sustainable Summer Day at UH Manoa – Hawaii Environmental Activity 

Wondering what to do this weekend? This is a free, family-friendly festival with environmental learning and conservation-related fun. Includes hands-on and interactive activities, live music, healthy food options, yoga and tai chi, a campus… #oceangirlproject #connectingwithnature… 10 more words

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Ocean Girl Workshops - DIY Unique Surfboard Bag

Aloha Ocean Girls! Wanna create a supa cool board bag or board carry this summer? It is easy, start by  signing up below for info on our Ocean Girl Project one-day ocean/surf workshops.  119 more words

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Standing on Higher Ground for the Ocean

Higher Ground Botanicals is an exciting new organic skin care line which includes beneficial local ingredients from Hawaii. These products are incredibly effective for your skin and help keep our oceans clean and healthy.  189 more words

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MAKAPU’U FIRST DAY HIKERS STOKED

(HONOLULU) – It’s a five-year long tradition now and when several hundred early-risers make the two-mile roundtrip hike to the Makapu’u Lookout in the Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline on Jan. 337 more words

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Eyes of the Reef « Community Reporting Network for coral disease, bleaching, COTS and marine invasives

STILL TIME TO SIGN UP FOR FIRST “BLEACHAPALOOZA”

DLNR’s Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR) is supporting the first-ever Bleachapalooza; a grassroots effort that will bring volunteers together statewide to receive training on how to identify coral bleaching in their areas and how to report their findings to the Eyes of the Reef Network ( 184 more words

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