Beach Cleanups

Volunteers Remove 650 Pounds of Trash During Monthly Surfrider Cleanup

Olowalu is one of the most unique and important reef ecosystems on Maui. Most know the area simple as “Mile Marker 14″ – a place to pull over if you want easy access to some quick snorkeling. But what many don’t realize is that Olowalu is literally the “Mother Reef” for West Maui,...

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Saturday, March 21: Lower Waiehu Beach Cleanup

Join Surfrider Maui on Saturday, March 21st from 9:00AM – 12:00PM at Lower Waiehu Beach (aka “Sandpiles”).  Look for the Surfrider tent and banners at Lower Waiehu Beach Road. The event is FREE and open to the public. Beach cleanup supplies are provided. All participants will also receive pizza and refreshments, compliments of Flatbread restaurant in Pa’ia. No...

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Saturday, February 21: Olowalu Beach Cleanup

Join Surfrider Maui on Saturday, February 21st from 9:00AM – 12:00PM at Olowalu Beach on Maui’s West Side.  Look for the Surfrider tent and banners at Mile Marker 14 on Honoapiilani Highway. The event is FREE and open to the public. Beach cleanup supplies are provided. All participants will also receive lunch and...

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Sunday, Nov. 23: Target, the ASP, Surfrider Maui & Malama Maui Nui Sponsor Kahului Harbor Beach Cleanup!

Target Corp and the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) in association with Surfrider Maui and Malama Maui Nui present: Who: You! What: Kahului Harbor Beach Clean Up Where: Kahului Harbor at the Hawaiian Canoe Club When: Sunday, November 23rd, 9-12 The Maui United Way and Maui Pride are co-sponsoring this event, to celebrate...

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