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Help Clean Hawai'i Waters

Help Clean Hawai'i Waters

Our upcoming activities for you to consider:


Name:  Hilo Harbor
April or May
This will be our first cleanup at this site. Stay tuned for more details!



Stay tuned! Captain Kurt is headed to Maui very soon to meet with a new dive partner and start planning cleanups there. We’ll let you know as soon as we launch our first cleanup there!



Name: At-Sea Debris Removal with ODA Partner Island Divers Hawaii (IDH)
Sunday April 17, 2022
Time: 2:00pm
Divers only (Rescue certified)
IDH hosts our ODA boat cleanup out of Hawai’i Kai. The focus is cleaning up fishing line, lead fishing weights, and other debris that collects along the sea wall. This is a very important dive as it is a popular fishing area and line left behind entangles coral and can harm wildlife.
377 Keahole St., Suite E-101, Honolulu, HI  96825
There are limited spots on the boat. To sign up, visit the IDH-ODA Events page, click “Schedule Your Cleanup Dive,” and enter the date of this outing.


Name: Magic Island Cleanup – EARTH DAY
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2022
Time: 8:00am
Type: Divers and onshore beach cleaners
Description:  Volunteer divers need to be ready for a wide variety of debris at Magic Island such as suitcases, mattresses, blankets, heavy rope, and nets…Land cleanup people (kids and adults) are always welcome as well!  Please bring your own gloves, pickers, and buckets!
Address: Magic Island Beach is part of Ala Moana Beach Park, a popular Honolulu city beach, located between Waikiki and downtown Honolulu. Even though it's referred to as an island, this is actually a man-made peninsula.
ODA volunteer coordinator Marjorie


If you're interested in volunteering, but haven't participated with us yet, please visit our Volunteer Overview page and fill out an application.

If you have any questions about these activities, please email our ODA-Hawai'i Team.

Thank you! Let's clean the oceans together!

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