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.
Wondering what to do this weekend? This is a free, family-friendly festival with environmental learning and conservation-related fun. Includes hands-on and interactive activities, live music, healthy food options, yoga and tai chi, a campus… #oceangirlproject #connectingwithnature Source: Sustainable Summer Day at UH Manoa – Hawaii Environmental Calendar
“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 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.
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.
(HONOLULU) – It’s a five-year long tradition now and when several hundred early-risers make the two-mile roundtrip hike to the Makapu’u Lookout in the Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline on Jan. 1, 2016 they’ll be greeted with a variety of improvements to the park. Over the past year, the DLNR Division of State Parks has resurfaced…