Hui Nalu Canoe Club – Hui Nalu’s mission is to provide educational activities for individuals, families and the community revolving around ocean activities. Hui Nalu Canoe Club creates and organizes the Ka Iwi Coast Run & Walk each year. To find out more about paddling and and one of Hawaii’s oldest canoe clubs visit: www.huinalu.org
Ka Iwi Coalition – Helping to protect the natural beauty of the Ka Iwi Coastline. Find out more about the Ka Iwi Coalition at www.hawaiikaihui.org/6.html
Founded in 1968, the University of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant College Program (Hawaiʻi Sea Grant) is part of a national network of 32 programs that promote better understanding, conservation, and use of coastal resources. Hawaiʻi Sea Grant works in partnership with the University of Hawaiʻi’s prestigious School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to identify Hawaiʻi’s critical resource management issues and guide cutting-edge scientific research to address these challenges.
Download the Maunalua Watershed Handbook courtesy of the University of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant College Program by clicking on the image below.
Hawaii Kai Strong is a volunteer disaster readiness group organized to better prepare the community for hurricanes, tsunamis, floods and earthquakes.It works closely with the City and County of Honolulu Department of Emergency Management and the Hawaii State Civil Defense Emergency Management Agency. Visit their Facebook page for training workshops and other announcements facebook.com/hawaiikaistrong