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West Maui Ridge to Reef Rendezvous Educates Community

by Kawai Kapuni on November 9, 2017

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The Ridge to Reef Rendezvous is an educational event coordinated by the West Maui Ridge to Reef initiative highlighting marine conservation efforts and issues. The annual event is free. AYME reporter, Kawai Kapuni, gets the story!

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Starfish Sea Sisters Celebration Raises Money for Paddle Imua

Akakuby K.Kapuni on January 16, 2017

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The Starfish Sea Sisters event, organized by Anne-Marie Reichman-Totah and sponsored by Starfish Aloha, brought Maui water women together to create community around environmental issues and water-sports. Ocean activities, a beach cleanup, sustainable initiatives, along with food by Maui Catering Services and a raffle for funds for Paddle Imua, made …

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Maui Electric Presents Three Maui Non-Profits With Smart Vehicles

by Colin McGee on November 19, 2016

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Hawaiian Electric Industries gifts non-profits throughout the State of Hawaii with electronic vehicles. During the Maui Electric Go EV event three cars were donated to three Maui non-profits. The public was invited to the event to learn about EV, electronic vehicles, and test drive the variety of EV cars available …

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East Maui Watershed Partnership Malama Wao Akua Exhibit Opens at Hui Noeau

by M. Hendricks on September 13, 2016

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Akaku Youth Media Exchange reporters, Macaleigh Hendricks and Kawai Kapuni, attend the opening night of the Malama Wau Akua art exhibit at the prestigious Hui Noʻeau Art Center, and reveal its importance.

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Beach Clean-up on Molokai

by M. Trenner on August 13, 2016

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The beach clean up at Moomomi on Molokai with Sustainable Coastlines. Our AYME Reporter Madison Trenner captures all the action!

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Hawaiian Islands Land Trust Picnic at Waihee Dunes and Wetlands

by Z. Birrer on June 20, 2016

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The public was invited out to a free gathering at Waihee Dunes and Land Trust as a thank you from the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust. Akaku Youth Media Exchange reporter, Zariah Birrer was there to get the story.

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Maui North Shore Community Cleans Up Peahi

by Z. Birrer on May 19, 2016

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Over 100 volunteers turned out to help collect trash and marine debris at the famous Peahi overlook. The clean-up was organized by Surfing Be Cause and Handsome Buggah Productions. Akakū Youth Media Exchange reporter Zariah Birrer talks story with the community about what they found and how to protect this …

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Annual Maliko Gulch Clean on Maui North Shore

by D. Wenzler-Steves on March 22, 2016

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Malama Maui Nui and Surfrider team up to bring together the community and tools to clean up a vital waterway, from mauka to makai, on Mauis northsore, Maliko Gulch. Frequented by many ocean users and for numerous ocean events, this annual event helps protect the area of debris and refuse. …

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Maui Upcountry Farmers Market at Kula Malu Center

Akakuby D. Wenzler-Steves on December 16, 2015

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AYME repoter, Dominique Wenzler-Steves, visits the Upcountry Farmers market to see whats offered and why the public loves it!

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12th Annual Arbor Day Tree Give Away on Maui

by Z. Birrer on November 9, 2015

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The Maui Nui Botanical Gardens hosts the 12th Annual Arbor Day Tree Give Away on Maui! This well partnered event aims to put more native trees in the ground, while giving attendees hands-on Hawaiian cultural practices to try. Ayme reporter, Kula school 5th grader, Zariah Birrer, attends to get the …

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