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Save the Reef orientation for volunteers at Puako (Nov. 15)

MEDIA RELEASE

ReefTeach and Puako Makai Watch are enlisting volunteers at Waialea Bay (Beach 69) and Paniau Beach in Puako and will hold an orientation for volunteers at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15, at Hokuloa Church, 1600 Puako Beach Drive.

Volunteers are needed to help save our reefs by educating visitors, swimmers, snorkelers, and divers on how to protect the delicate corals at these beaches and beyond. Healthy reefs are essential to the vitality and abundance of our marine life.

Volunteers set their own schedules and spend time at the beach.

For more information, please contact Cindi Punihaole at (808) 895-1010 or cpunihaole@kohalacenter.org or Puako Makai Watch Ranger Randy Clarke at (808) 345-1345 or rpkclarke@hotmail.com.

Businesses and schools may contact Punihaole or Clarke for information on how to Adopt-a-Day for their team at Paniau or Waialea Bay.

ReefTeach is a volunteer program of the Kahaluu Bay Education Center and The Kohala Center. The Puako Makai Watch program is organized by the community with assistance from the Department of Lands and Natural Resources and The Nature Conservancy.

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