Beach Clean Up Sat April 2nd Join Us!

Ocean Girl Project- Beach Clean UP

posted: Mar 31, 2011 7:52 AM HST Updated: Mar 31, 2011 8:12 AM HST


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HONOLULU, Oahu (HawaiiNewsNow) – In honor of Earth Day, Ocean Girl Project Sustainable Surf Camp for girls is organizing a beach clean up on Saturday April 2nd 2011 at Kaupo Beach near Makapu’u. MAP LINK

You drive past the entrance to Makapu’u -turn  right into the 1st driveway, at the fork, turn left towards the pier.  Or you can park under the wind sox. It is almost across the street from Sea Life park, we will tents and OCEAN GIRL PROJECT surfboards and signs out.

Following the beach clean-up there will be a terrific sustainable presentation by Reef Watch Waikiki about our island reefs and a representative from Surfrider will talk about the plastic bag ban.  Great for kids and adults!

The Beach Clean-up will begin around 9:00 am with a short talk about Ocean Girl Project, beach cleaning safety tips, why plastic ocean debris is hurting our ocean, and a short lesson on separating recyclable material from rubbish. The beach clean-up at about 11:30am. From about 12pm – 1pm there will be sustainable ocean presentations.

This event is for all ages and everyone is invited, bring your groups, class mates, neighbors, friends and family. Ocean Girl Project will be providing gloves, burlap bags, buckets, and drinks. There will also be Ocean Girl Project organic after sun products and recycled-sustainable items made by their volunteers for sale.

See video HERE

Beach Clean-up

Date: Saturday, April 2

Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Location: Kaupo Beach just past Makapu’u


Ocean Girl Project Sustainable Surf Day Camp

Who: Girls ages 09-16

Next Camps: Summer 2011

Time: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm, Monday – Friday

Location: Waikiki beaches

Price: Financial Aid available


For information on the Ocean Girl Project surf camps, beach clean-up and how to donate click HERE .

Click HERE to connect with the Ocean Girl Project on Facebook.

Click HERE to connect with Malika Dudley on Facebook.

Author: becausewesurfgirlscamp

Botanical Alchemist of handcrafted, small batch sustainable skin care products rooted in organics. Passionate environmental warrior, Owner Higher Ground Botanicals, Tribe Ocean Girl Project

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