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EARTH WEEK 2024EARTH WEEK 2024

Apr 21

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Apr 27

EARTH WEEK 2024

Waimānalo, Hawai'i

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Join us in celebrating Earth Day! For now, SAVE THE DATES: April 21st - Beach Cleanup in Waimānalo, April 23rd - Farming work day, April 25th - Compost day at Full Circle Farm, and April 27th - Workday at the Nation of Hawai’i. Subscribe to our newsletter for early bird access to our registration for the event!

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EARTH WEEK: Beach Cleanup at Bellows BeachEARTH WEEK: Beach Cleanup at Bellows Beach

Apr 21

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EARTH WEEK: Beach Cleanup at Bellows Beach

Bellows Beach, Waimānalo

Cleanup Event
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Begin the week at Bellows Beach, where we will sift microplastics from the sand, clean up a stream channel, and learn about plastic pollution and solutions for the future.

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EARTH WEEK: Agriculture Day at GoFARM Hawai'iEARTH WEEK: Agriculture Day at GoFARM Hawai'i

Apr 23

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EARTH WEEK: Agriculture Day at GoFARM Hawai'i

GoFarm Hawai'i, Waimānalo

Cleanup Event
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Spend a morning at GoFarm Hawai‘i learning about farmer training programs, how to grow your own food, and why this matters for a future of healthy coastlines. Organic farming means less chemicals that are moving downstream and into our soil.

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EARTH WEEK: Compost Day at Full Circle FarmEARTH WEEK: Compost Day at Full Circle Farm

Apr 25

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EARTH WEEK: Compost Day at Full Circle Farm

Full Circle Farm, Waimānalo

Cleanup Event
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in-person

Join us for a one-of-a-kind compost tour, where we’ll dive deeper into the importance of soil health. We’ll also clear a stream channel of invasives and discuss the importance of this in the context of “everyone has a coastline.”

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EARTH WEEK: Restoration Day at Nation of Hawai'iEARTH WEEK: Restoration Day at Nation of Hawai'i

Apr 27

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EARTH WEEK: Restoration Day at Nation of Hawai'i

Nation of Hawai'i, Waimānalo

Cleanup Event
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in-person

Finish our Earth Week with our last Saturday workday at the Nation of Hawai‘i, where we’ll help restore lo‘i and remove invasive plants at the top of the ahupua‘a. We’ll be brought into an understanding of a vision of sovereignty focussed on care for ‘āina and wrap our week looking over the beautiful ahupua‘a of Waimānalo where we spent our week.

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West Side Collaborative CleanupWest Side Collaborative Cleanup

Jun 29

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West Side Collaborative Cleanup

TBD

Cleanup Event
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In-Person

Save the date for this collaborative cleanup happening on the West Side of O'ahu!

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Halloween Cleanup FestivalHalloween Cleanup Festival

Oct 19

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Halloween Cleanup Festival

TBD

Cleanup Event
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In-Person

The spookiest cleanup of all cleanups is coming to O'ahu this upcoming year! Save the date for this keiki to kūpuna friendly cleanup festival.

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LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS

600,000 POUNDS REMOVED

SCH programs are aligned with two organizational pillars: Inspiration and Action. We accomplish their mission by organizing fun and engaging large-scale community beach cleanups & restoration events, sharing knowledge through a robust educational program, promoting awareness and action through public outreach campaigns, engaging business leadership in hands-on solutions through corporate cleanups, providing the tools needed for others to host their own cleanups, and offering sustainability consulting and waste diversion services at events.

After working with the SCH crew, we know that you will never look at plastic the same. Learn more about our programs and how you can get involved.

LARGE-SCALE CLEANUPS

EDUCATION

SUSTAINEVENTS

PRIVATE + CORPORATE CLEANUPS

MARINE DEBRIS RAPID RESPONSE

Check out our impact

Kaimuki Cleanup Festival + Night MarketKaimuki Cleanup Festival + Night Market

Kaimuki Cleanup Festival + Night Market

2,000 pounds removed

We collaborated with our community on O'ahu to help facilitate a series of cleanups and plant restoration efforts throughout 141 acres of land in Kaimukī. The SCH team and 630+ volunteers removed an estimated 2000+ lbs of debris, made up of mostly land-based debris, and restored over 150 native plants to the banks of Pālolo Stream. The week prior to the festival, our (Re)Learning Team hit the classrooms for a (Re)Learning Tour, reaching 220 students through a total of 6 presentations.

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Looking for photos from our past events? Visit our SCHtories page!

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