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. Source: Let Us Be Wild Slideshow | The Nature Conservancy   Advertisements

Summer 2015 won’t be the same..

Aloha, I am so very sorry to say we are not holding the OGP surf camps this year. I hope you will please stay connected to us on Facebook for updates and other community/ocean girl project events this fall. I want to make sure and send a BIG Mahalo to the parents and ocean girls…

July Ocean Girl Camp

We had an AMAZING week of learning, art, surfing and play at last week’s Ocean Girl Project surf camp! BIG Mahalo to the AWESOME parents, volunteers and ocean girl supporters for making everything we did safe, meaningful, fun and for being so helpful. The girls loved it and we loved having them!

5 incredibly easy Earth Day tips from ocean athletes

Everyday is Earth Day Beach Clean Up!! Come join Ocean Girl Project and clean a dirrrrrrty beeeeeach! Baby Maks 8-11am. Bring a board and pray for surf after! And if you’re an early bird, sunrise morning yoga sesh, bright and early at 6:45am with the wonderful Sarah Moore!   Ocean Minded’s ambassadors share how you…

Permaculture Workshop – Be part of the solution!

Ocean Girl Project presented our first permaculture community workshop by permaculture designer Drew Wilkenson and Kaily Wakefield for the benefit of our lives and coastlines. We explored our food, water, waste, and energy streams and how we can adapt our lifestyle habits to create the greatest amount of positive change for the least amount of…

8 Inspiring women share 8 incredible lessons on changing the world

“I believe we’re only just starting to see what’s possible when people and communities come together and set a course toward the kind of future they want. We’ve got a long way to go, but I think we have the power to drive real change, and build a fair and equal future.“