Nothing quite as satisfying as a sunrise beach clean up at Lanikai Beach, Oahu, Hawaii!
And love this gentle reminder a local resident hung up on their fence near the beach! Take heed folks!!!
Another ghost net we got off the beach ta few weeks back in Waimanalo. Tons of marine debris is washing up and with reports of another Humpback Whale entangled by a net on Sunday, March 3, 2019 in the Molokai Channel, there is no time like the present to get out there and lend a hand.
When we arrived today Sunday Hussey from www.808cleanups.org had already cut the whole net up...by herself!...but we were there in time to help her drag it out to the parking lot for pick up.
Get out there and lend a hand a do your part today and everyday!
Been super busy lately and haven't been able to beach clean as often as we'd like, so Kass and I got up at 4 a.m. today and hit Kahana Bay for sunrise...and it definitely didn't disappoint!!!
Today was UNBELIEVABLE!!!
Had more than 20 people come out to join us today in making a sweep of Oahu's Windward Coastline from Kailua to Kahuku cleaning the beaches at Kahana Bay, Pounders Beach in Laie, and Kahuku Beach.
We removed over 2,000 lbs of ocean plastic, nets and ropes, fish traps, plastic straws, propane tanks, car tires, and all sorts of other debris.
...And not only did we lend our time to do something good for the ocean and the environment, we all had a TOTAL BLAST doing it!!!
Thanks again for joining gang and great work!