On Saturday October 1st, Ocean Girl Project is hosting Hawaii’s first back-2-school popup “free store for kids” created entirely on the street, run by ocean girl volunteers, stocked by donations.
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.
Make A Difference this Holiday Season
Don’t know what to get the person who has everything or maybe looking for a gift that benefits others? Here are a few suggestions for great organizations that are helping others and the world, in no particular order…..
Eyes of the Reef « Community Reporting Network for coral disease, bleaching, COTS and marine invasives
STILL TIME TO SIGN UP FOR FIRST “BLEACHAPALOOZA” DLNR’s Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR) is supporting the first-ever Bleachapalooza; a grassroots effort that will bring volunteers together statewide to receive training on how to identify coral bleaching in their areas and how to report their findings to the Eyes of the Reef Network (www.eorhawaii.org). On…