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Description: Join the 808 Cleanups team in restoring parts of the Kaloko Inlet on the Ka’iwi Coastline.
Community Service Hours Signed: YES
Age Groups: All ages are welcome. Participants under 16 years of age must have a parent or guardian attend for the duration of the activity (we love having them participate as well!) We will provide multiple activity options for you based on age, physical ability, and interest.
How to join: Please send an RSVP by any of the following methods: 808 Cleanups App, Email at email@example.com. When your RSVP is confirmed, please make sure to sign the waiver here: https://808cleanups.org/waiver/
Where to meet: Look for the brown Toyota Tacoma with the 808 Cleanups Signage on the truck parked in the dirt parking area oceanside for Erma’s/Alan Davis/Left Point. We’ll meet at the truck for the briefing and supplies distribution. Parking: Take the paved driveway down from the highway into the dirt parking area surrounded by boulders. Be careful of uneven terrain and make your way to the barricades where you’ll see the brown 808 Cleanups truck. Work priorities: Priority 1: Invasive species removal, digging up and cutting down invasive mangroves, kiawe, and koa haole shrubs to make way for native plants. Priority 2: Litter removal along the coastline and trails.
What to bring: Sturdy shoes or boots, sun protection, and water. Jeans or other work pants are recommended for invasive species removal.
What 808 Cleanups brings: 808 Cleanups will provide all cleanup tools and supplies.
NOTE THERE ARE NO RESTROOMS AT THIS SITE. Nearest restroom is a half mile down at Sandy Beach Park.
Any questions, please contact the Site Leader: Kimeona Kane, 808-398-8989, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Be sure to RSVP, sign a waiver (if applicable) and check with the mentioned organizer to confirm details in advance.
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