The team at the Maui Ocean Center is passionately dedicated to education and fostering wonder, respect, and understanding of Hawaii’s marine life. Our desire is to partner with other like-minded individuals who wish to help restore and protect our marine environment for healthy reefs and life for all. Maui Ocean Center hosts beach cleanups on a monthly basis, and often joins non-profits for storm drain stenciling and other similar volunteer events.
Check out our next monthly cleanup event location below.
Malama Land and Sea: Makena Beach July 21st, 7:00 – 11:00 am
Join Maui Ocean Center and Maui Ocean Center Marine Institute to help care for the longest stretch of sandy coastline on Maui – Oneloa (a.k.a. Big Beach). After the cleanup, learn about the rich history of Makena State Park with Lucienne de Naie – President of the Maui Tomorrow Foundation and a Founding Member of Maui Cultural Lands, Inc.
Help us make this cleanup a zero-waste event by bringing your own bucket for trash, a pair of reusable gloves, a reusable water bottle, and if you drink coffee – a reusable mug. Please wear sturdy shoes, sun-protective clothing, and a hat. Water refills, coffee, and hearty snacks will be provided. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
Questions/RSVP: email@example.com or (808) 270-7059