Join WAIHANA for our beach cleanup next Saturday, September 1st, 2018 as we meet at the Shark’s Cove Marine Life Conservation District. Oahu is densely populated and with the massive influx of oceangoing tourism, Shark’s Cove needs our help to maintain her scenic beauty. WAIHANA Divers will be on-hand to help clean the reef, both from land and in the water! We welcome you to join us Saturday morning from 7am – 10am. Drinks and light pupus will be provided, along with gloves and trash bags. Product demonstrations, giveaways, and more!
We’re teaming up with @keikoconservation and @sustainablecoastlineshawaii for the beach cleanup. All are welcome. Shark’s Cove is a heavily trafficked nature preserve and we can really use extra helping hands. We look forward to seeing you there!
It’s a shame how much trash and marine debris we find in State-protected sanctuary zones. @nataliekparra makes time to clean discarded fishing line and other items from the reef. If we all clean up a little, we will make a world of difference. #divetosurvive #hawaii @cressi1946 #mothernature 🌎 @discoverocean @canonusa @keiko_conservation