What's in the Waters of Pu`uloa (Pearl Harbor)? - Community Survey
Thank you for checking us out! Your responses will allow us to learn more about the community's relationship with Pu`uloa and help us share information about toxins found in the waters and seafood. Please share this survey with your `ohana and friends!
Quick Bites to share with your community:
We Can't Eat the Fish Slideshow:
Fish Safe, Eat Safe Brochure :
Be sure to include your contact info at the end of this form if you're interested in learning/doing more!
*This survey is completely anonymous unless you choose to share your contact information at the end.
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18 or younger
19 - 25
26 - 35
36 - 45
46 - 55
56 - 65
65 or older
Language spoken at home
What brings you to Pu`uloa?
Recreation (ie. family picnics, walking)
What do you know about toxins in Pu`uloa?
What part of Pu`uloa do you fish in?
Kapapapuhi Point Park
I don't fish
What do you catch?
If you selected "other" please describe here
How much do you usually catch in one day? (Please answer even if you catch and release)
1 - 3
4 - 6
How do you clean what you catch before eating?
Check out this resource for more information on how to safely prepare what you catch:
Have you caught anything that was
Sick (ie. innards were damaged)
Are you worried about getting sick from eating seafood from Pu`uloa?
Are you a teacher or community leader interested in more resources or setting up a presentation?
If "yes", please be sure to share your information at the end of this form! Our Project Coordinator will reach out with opportunities and resources.
Are you interested in participating in a talk-story session about how we can reduce toxicity in the waters of Pu`uloa?
If "yes", please be sure to share your information at the end of this form! Our Project Coordinator will reach out about our upcoming sessions next month.
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