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Keep up with HWF and 20 years of conservation!

Aloha mai kākou,

You are receiving this email because you are affiliated with Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund (HWF)! For the past two years we have shifted to Mail Chimps for our e-newsletters and e-blasts. As such, we may have ended up in your “Promotions” or “Spam” folders instead of your inbox 😦

So, if you’d like to make sure you are receiving our emails about upcoming events and activities with HWF please add both kahakai.cleanups and hawaiiwildlifefund to your contact list. You can also add yourself to our list at: http://eepurl.com/QrSy5

Upcoming events:

Please check out our website calendar and FB for all activities, events, and volunteer opportunities!

Sat., March 5th (Hawai‘i Island):3rd annual Ka‘awaloa Kayak Cleanup event with Hawai‘i State Parks & Kona Boys. RSVP and more details to kahakai.cleanups and see below!

Sat., March 5th & Sun., March 6th (Maui Island): Join us at Lahaina Ocean Arts Festival! See our new logo as we refresh our BRAND for our 20th anniversary, educational games and displays.

Tues., March 8th(Maui & Hawai‘i Island):HWF launches our first ever crowd-funding campaign to support our ongoing sea turtle research and recovery projects on Maui and Hawai‘i Island.

Wed., March 9th(Maui):The first ofHWF’s 20th anniversary celebrations at Camp Olowalu (6-9pm). Contact wild for more info and see flier below.

Fri., March 18th(Hawai‘i Island): Ka‘ū Estuary Restoration Workday at Kāwā. Join HWF and family members in removing invasive weeds from this coastal ecosystem. More info from meg.HWF.

Sat., April 16th (Hawai‘i Island): Cleanup event at NELHA/Wawaloli Beach Park in North Kona. Info from kahakai.cleanups.

Sat., April 30th(Hawai‘i Island): 7th annual cleanup collaboration with Manukā Natural Area Reserve crew in South Kona. Info from kahakai.cleanups.

….. and many more!

Hawai‘i Wildlife Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of Hawai‘i’s native wildlife. Founded in 1996, HWF has been providing 20 years of research, education, conservation and advocacy to our island’s communities. We are educators, researchers, naturalists, communities, volunteers, donors and conservationists who are devoted to the protection of Hawai‘i’s diverse marine and coastal ecosystems and inhabitants. And we are thankful for your continued support!

Learn more at wildhawaii.org, or follow us on Facebook or Instagram (@wildhawaii).

Me ka mahalo,

HWF team members (Hannah, Megan, Stacey, Ian, Anthony, Magda, Carrie, Kallie, Amy, Lauren & Caitlin) and HWF board of directors & officers (Kahi, Bill, Maura, Jane, Nadine & Sabrina)

Hawai’i Wildlife Fund ~ www.wildhawaii.org/
Hawai’i Island Marine Debris Removal Project

PO Box 70, Volcano HI 96785
debris hotline 808.769.7629

& PO Box 790637, Paia HI 96779

#loveyourbeach #keepitclean #HWFturns20

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