• Fill-A-Bag Fridays

    Keep The Hawaiian Islands is proud to introduce our new weekly cleaning initiative for communal well-being, Fill-a-Bag Fridays! We are encouraging others to share their cleanup story with us and win prizes via a weekly drawing using the hashtags #fillabagfriday and #keephibeautiful. We are asking people to participate to…

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  • Recycle-Bowl Registration Open!!

    Have you marked the date on your calendar?  It’s a great chance to share joy and responsibility with others and enjoy a special day.  Christmas, Thanksgiving, Your Birthday?? What Day do you think I’m talking about!  Well you might be getting excited like us…

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    Get The Drift and Bag It! Hawaii’s International Coastal Cleanup Month

    We are getting all geared up for this year’s Get the Drift and Bag It campaign (part of the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup)! We are counting on volunteers just like you to help us lead the charge in keeping our coastlines pristine and aquamarine. Through…

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  • youth work crew at Pouhala Marsh

    Join the Pouhala Trail restoration/cleanup event on August 12, 2017

    MALAMA KAPAKAHI Please kokua and join us August 12, 2017 for a Pouhala Trail restoration and community cleanup! The event will be from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Our work will help beautify Kapakahi Stream and the Pearl Harbor Bike Path. Please bring work clothes, gloves, water bottle, and sunscreen. In coordination…

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  • Pouhala Marsh visit with Western Kentucky University -- attendees in the field

    KHIB Excursion with Western Kentucky Univ.

    Sharing the kokua we had lovely visitors from a fine academic institution from blue grass state, Western Kentucky University. We engaged in a field excursion to the Pouhala Marsh to show them the beauty of out planting natives back into their endemic habits. Amid the flora and…

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