Makamaka'ole Cleanup Event Registration
Mahalo for your interest in helping us collect, remove, sort and count marine debris from Makamaka'ole! Accomplishing this safely is a very important conservation action, so we truly appreciate your involvement!

*Tuesday, April 23rd (6-8pm): MANDATORY orientation for those hiking to Makamaka'ole (at the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary, 726 South Kihei Road)

*Friday, April 26th (sunrise to sunset, but we'll likely be done sooner): cleanup at Makamaka'ole

*Saturday, April 27th (11am-6pm): sorting/counting the marine debris at Malama Maui Nui (at E Camp 5 Road in Kahului, behind the old sugar mill)

Contact: Cheryl from SHARKastics at (808) 385-5464 or or

Mahalo nui loa to our funders and partners: County of Maui, Hawai'i Association for Marine Education and Research, Malama Maui Nui, Maui Huliau Foundation, Swell Consulting, P.O.O. Please, CDF Engineering, and Pacific Helicopters!

Join us!
View from above Makamaka'ole, where we start our hike down:
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What days will you attend? *
For the Makamaka'ole cleanup on Friday, April 26th, I understand that I must be in very good physical condition with the ability to hike semi-steep terrain through thick brush and small trees on a rough, switchback trail for up to 1 hour one-way, carrying all of my own gear I need for the day (plus additional project supplies, if necessary). *
The steepest part of the trail (most of it isn't this extreme):
On Friday, April 26th, I understand that I will need to pack in (and out) the following: *
I understand that the goal of this cleanup mission is to gather all of the Makamaka'ole marine debris into super sacks that will be flown out by helicopter (on Saturday, April 27th), and to achieve this I must work together with the whole group. *
Rob Parsons sporting his "Hold the Foam" shirt:
I understand that the entrance to Makamaka'ole is through private property, so there is a limit to who can join and I will be respectful at all times. I understand that I must arrive at the designated meeting spot to travel there and back with the whole group, and I cannot depart early. Our departure time will be determined by our progress, which is difficult to predict... *
I understand that a basic first-aid kit, cleanup supplies plus a portable toilet will be provided, and there is cell phone service but no electricity to charge my phone. *
I understand that I may be photographed, filmed or interviewed since a big part of this project is to raise awareness of marine debris impacts. *
I look forward to helping, learning, having fun, and staying safe! *
Please leave any comments or suggestions here (or send to Cheryl's contact info above).
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Mahalo for helping us help Makamaka'ole!
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