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NOAA whale sanctuary appoints new members

NOAA whale sanctuary appoints new members

MEDIA RELEASE NOAA’s Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary announced 10 new primary members and nine alternate members to serve on its sanctuary advisory council. The new appointees bring a valuable range of experience to the council, which provides sanctuary staff with input and recommendations on sanctuary programs and management. “The Sanctuary Advisory Council […]

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'The things they’ll take away, they will remember and use in all their lives'

Lawaia Ohana Camp promotes sustainable fishing practices

‘The things they’ll take away, they will remember and use in all their lives’

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ReefTalk: Corals of Kahaluu; wildfire season (May 25)

ReefTalk: Corals of Kahaluu; wildfire season (May 25)

MEDIA RELEASE ReefTalk Double Header! How do you save the corals of Kahaluu Bay? How do you prepare for a very hot wildfire season? Kona, Tuesday, May 25 at the Kealakehe High School Library, 6:30 p.m. Follow the yellow signs. Cindi Punihaole, Kohala Center’s Project Manager for the Kahaluu Bay Projects, will present “Building Resilient […]

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'Bay Concert' celebrates Kahaluu Bay, Kane

‘Bay Concert’ celebrates Kahaluu Bay, Kane

Special to Hawaii 24/7 by Margaret Masunaga The Bay Concert, a celebration of life at Kahaluu Bay, gave special recognition this year to artist, historian and author Herbert Kawainui Kane. The fundraiser, sponsored by The Kohala Center, was Saturday, Nov. 21 at the Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort & Spa. Kane, a resident of Honaunau, was […]

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FOLK hosts Kahaluu Bay talk (Nov. 10)

FOLK hosts Kahaluu Bay talk (Nov. 10)

MEDIA RELEASE Find out what remarkable things are happening at Kahaluu Bay 5:30–6:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 10, at the Kailua-Kona Public Library. Over the years, Kahaluu Bay has suffered from heavy usage. With more than 400,000 users a year, the bay’s coral reef is threatened and the beach has fallen into disrepair and overuse. The […]

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'Stories of Kahaluu and Keauhou' on Channel 53

‘Stories of Kahaluu and Keauhou’ on Channel 53

MEDIA RELEASE “Stories of Kahaluu and Keauhou,” recorded life stories of kupuna who lived there, will be aired this month on Na Leo O Hawaii Channel 53. The three-part series features kupuna Mitchell Fujisaka and Allen Wall sharing their stories with cultural historian Kepa Maly. Maly gives additional background on the ahupua‘a gleaned from old […]

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The Kahaluu Bay Project and ReefTeach volunteers aim to protect and improve one of West Hawaii's premier reef attractions.

Kahaluu preservation, education programs continue

The Kahaluu Bay Project and ReefTeach volunteers aim to protect and improve one of West Hawaii’s premier reef attractions.

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