This Saturday (4/14/12), you’re invited to meet at 7:30 a.m. at the Puako Boat Ramp for a community clean-up!
Puako is not only one of the most coveted beachfront hideaways in Hawaii, it is also a community that cares! Several community groups work hard throughout the year to maintain the pristine nature of Puako.
There will be land and water cleaning of:
- Puako Boat Ramp and Bay
- Shoreline trails along bluffs
- The vicinity of Old Puako Road, toward Queen Ka’ahumanu Hwy. and Puako Beach Drive to Hokuloa Church
What To Bring
- Water or dive gear
- Tools to remove plastic bags from the trees
- Work gloves (if desired)
Clean-up supplies and jugs of water are supplied. I’ll be there with several of my associates, The NetWorking Wahine. So, please join us if you can!!! Just email Cynthia, Site Coordinator for “Keep Hawaii Beautiful & Get The Drift & Bag It“: firstname.lastname@example.org
New Oceanfront Listing in Puako
Be transported to the simpler times of Hawaii as you listen to the waves gently lapping on the wide, sandy beach at my new oceanfront listing 32 Puako!
Visiting friends said that Waialea Bay (aka 69’s or Beach 69), near Puako has the best snorkeling on the island! Community groups, such as “Makai Watch,” work to maintain and/or gain various designations to protect the reef and marine life.