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Community Outreach

    Wally Ito helps outreach patron ID local limu (seaweed)

    Do you enjoy learning? Are you interested in the natural world? Do you wonder about the state of our natural resources? Are you curious about environmental science, research, and management in Hawai`i?

    *Every week the Hanauma Bay Education Program hosts an educational film or brings Hawai'i's leading researchers, environmental leaders, natural resource managers and cultural practitioners to the nature preserve to speak about their work. The topics of these presentations relate to monthly themes such as Exploring Hawai'i's Marine Life, Coastal Hazards and Community Resilience and Protected Species Awareness. These education programs are supported and funded by the City and County of Honolulu Department of Parks and Recreation.For more information visit our calendar of events.

    Educational and training seminars for community organizations and local schools can be arranged on such topics as coral reef ecology and preservation, marine protected areas, reef fish and invertebrate identification, geology and formation of the Hawaiian Islands, formation of coral reefs, native Hawaiian uses of coastal plants and marine life, and harmful marine organisms.

    Listen to our educational podcast about community outreach at the bay.

     

    Contact Info

    Hanauma Bay Outreach Program
    100 Hanauma Bay Rd.
    Honolulu, HI 96825
     
    (808) 397-5840 phone
    (808) 395-0468 fax