We take care of what we value

I thought I would share a few simple ideas we talk about at ocean girl camp for reusing and rethinking plastic. Ocean Girl Project starts in the ocean. You might think of us as mermaids :). We have fun and play and swim, surf, watch fish in the reef, plus we learn new things and in…

Girls Ocean Camps Summer 2020

Mahalo for your interest in Ocean Girl Project, we will be posting our calendar in April. To be added to the mailing list, please fill out the contact form or send an email. Scholarships are available, please send requests to colleen@oceangirlproject.com If you have any questions, email colleen@oceangirlproject.com – it is helpful in deciding camp…

Hibiscus 1 2 3, Let’s Grow Together!

Let’s learn how to propagate and grow native plants. Join instructors Heidi Bornhorst, a native Hawaiian plant and professional landscaping  expert along with Colleen Kudo, a botanical alchemist and founder of Ocean Girl Project. When: Saturday March 11th 2017 Times: 9:30am-11:30am (light refreshments provided) Location: Kaimuki, address upon registration Sign-up: Please use registration form at…

Kula, Full Red Moon August 18th, Spread the Positive Energy!

Did you know that each month the full moon has a different name? On Thursday August 18th the moon is called Red Moon. In Hawaii the full moon is called Kulu (Seventeenth Night) The moon has a powerful effect on plants, on the tides, and within the life cycles of all living things. It is also good for surfing.

Ten Ways to Love the Ocean

This week, my mind is focused on the ocean, our Ocean Girl summer camp starts in 4 days  and I am stoked! I thought I would share a few simple ideas we talk about at camp for reusing and rethinking  plastic. You are welcome to add your own ideas and or suggestions in the comment…

One Wild Day – Wild Adventures and Ocean Girl Workshops

Collectively we believe, children who interact with nature are less anxious, develop a deep connection with the ocean, plants and creatures they encounter and continue to preserve and care for wild life on our planet. Ocean Girl Project One Wild Day – a series of wild hearts + wild places workshop.

Let Us Be Wild Slideshow | The Nature Conservancy

“Let Us Be Wild” is a campaign to encourage visitors to keep a safe distance from iconic marine species and to choose a responsible tour operator while in Hawai’i. Source: Let Us Be Wild Slideshow | The Nature Conservancy  

Ocean Girl Workshops – DIY Unique Surfboard Bag

Ocean Girl 2016 Workshops- learn to make organic based local face + body products, community/ocean/beach cleanups, try yoga, go surfing, create ocean art projects and much more. Ocean Girl Kuleana Crew Summer one-day workshops. Sign up here.

Standing on Higher Ground for the Ocean

Living in Hawaii we are blessed with a bounty of organic and raw earth ingredients, many of which are incorporated into Higher Ground Botanical organic products.

Bishop Museum honors the legacy of Duke Paoa Kahanamoku in a special exhibit

“We’re honored to create an inspiring exhibit of Duke Paoa Kahanamoku’s extraordinary life,” said president and CEO of Bishop Museum, Blair D. Collis. “‘Aloha is my creed’ is what he lived by, and he took his passion and built an enduring legacy with hard work and strong ethics. These are great lessons, especially for future generations to experience.”

Summer 2015 won’t be the same..

Aloha, I am so very sorry to say we are not holding the OGP surf camps this year. I hope you will please stay connected to us on Facebook for updates and other community/ocean girl project events this fall. I want to make sure and send a BIG Mahalo to the parents and ocean girls…

Understanding Hawaiian Innovation and Ingenuity

July 7, 2015· By Trisha Kehaulani Watson There’s been a lot of discussion about Hawaiian innovation and Hawaiian cultural values, but more importantly there’s been a lot of misinterpretation about how Hawaiians would utilize science and technology today. I’d like to clarify some of this misinformation. I have a favorite quote from Marion Kelly “The…