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The 8th Annual Da Hui North Shore Beach Cleanup is Saturday, November 10th from 8:00am - 11:00am.

Join Kokua Hawaii Foundation, Sustainable Coastlines, The Eddie Aikau Foundation, Surfrider Foundation and Da Hui as we clean up beaches from Haleiwa Beach Park through Kahuku in an attempt to beautify and preserve Oahu's North Shore.

Check-in is at 8:00am at the Turtle Bay Resort stables. At 8:30am shuttles and carpools depart to the different zones along the coast. We will also be sorting the trash to remove recyclables and hard plastics to be shipped to Method for more Ocean Plastic packaging.

Bring a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and reusable water bottle. Optional items that might be useful would be reusable bags (onion sacks, pillowcases, feed bags, etc.), sand sifters (strainers), and anything else that will make your day more enjoyable.

9:00-11:00: Clean the beaches

11 till ?: Food, Live Music, Pro Surfer Autograph Sessions, Local Vendors, Keiki tent and games, prize giveaways and more. For those that are interested, we will also be sorting the trash to remove recyclables and hard plastics so that Method Cleaning Products can recycle that too. We will need help.

Bring your hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and reusable water bottle. Optional items that might be useful would be reusable bags (onion sacks, pillow cases, feed bags, etc.), sand sifters (strainers), and anything else that will make your day more enjoyable. 

For more information check out the Facebook page or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mahina Chillingworth. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Go HERE Kokuafoundation.org

All debris collected from the beach cleanup will be tallied and reported to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Hard plastics will also go to Method to be transformed into recycled packaging. Method recently came out with the first bottles made from a blend of plastic debris collected from Oahu's shores for its dish + hand soap, available at Whole Foods Market

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