'E Malama I Ke Kai Festival

On May 17, 2008 B.E.A.C.H. was invited to set up a display and information table at the annual E Malama I Ke Kai festival at Kapiolani Park. Volunteers handed out educational information on caring for the ocean and beaches, litter prevention, membership, and reusable shopping bags.
Participants at the B.E.A.C.H. table. Suzanne at the B.E.A.C.H. table.

The B.E.A.C.H. table. The marine debris display. Suzanne answering questions.

E Malama I Ke Kai (Care for the Ocean) is an annual ocean awareness festival that invites families to enjoy a day of music, Hawaiian culture, fun and ono food while learning about how we can protect and preserve the ocean environment. This festival benefits Punana Leo o Kawaiaha`o, a non-profit Hawaiian language immersion program.

Coral Photograph Credit to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Department of Commerce and Dr. James P. McVey. Dolphins, Japanese Angelfish, Green turtle, and Laysan Albatross photos by James Watt. Humpback whale photo by James Mobeley

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