Plastic Free Hawaiʻi

About Plastic Free Hawaiʻi

Plastic Free Hawai‘i provides resources, tools, and trainings to educate schools, business partners, and community members about the environmental and health benefits of going plastic free to minimize single-use plastics in our islands. The program supports communities and schools in coordinating beach cleanups, film screenings, and docent trainings to deliver Plastic Free Hawaiʻi educational presentations.

Nearly 1,456 volunteers have participated in Beach Cleanups helping to keep our beaches plastic-free! In addition, movie screenings, upcycled t-shirt tote bag making, Plastic Free PSA’s and a visit from Captain Charles Moore have been keeping our schools and communities busy spreading the plastic free message.

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Jul 31, 2017

Edible SchoolYard Academy

Stephanie Loui, FoodCorps Service Member

Last month, with support from Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation, I along with three ʻĀINA in Schools docents and educators attended the Eden of school gardens: The Edible Schoolyard Project (ESY) based in Berkeley, California. Founded 20 years ago as a collaborative project between...

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