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Beach Clean Up Saturday, March 28th!

Mark your calendars for a Cleanup on Saturday, March 28 in support of World Water Day! We will be meeting at Ka’ena Point on the MokuleÊ»ia side for a cleanup from 9:00am – 11:00am, with check-in starting at 8:30am. We will be partnering with Plastic Free Hawaii-Kokua Hawaii Foundation and collecting plastic to recycle for […]

Ka`ena Point Coastal Clean Up for Martin Luther King Day has been canceled

We are very sorry to those who were planning on attending. Due to complications, our partner had to cancel the event. Stay tuned for another date for a coastal clean up!

Come join us for a guided hike!

Friends of Ka`ena will be hosting guided nature hikes starting December 13th 2014.  We will have monthly hikes from December 2014 through May 2015 on the second Saturday of the month. Please email if you want to sign up for a hike. Spots are limited, so reserve your spot soon! The hike out to […]

International Coastal Clean-up Day a Success!

Thanks to all the great work of our volunteers and partners!  Kōkua HawaiÊ»i Foundation, State Department of Land and Natural Resources, and U.S.  Army Garrison helped with volunteers, supplies, organization, and fun!  Together, 73 volunteers collected over 800 lbs of trash!  We had volunteers of all ages including Mililani High School students, families, and friends.  Great work by lots […]

International Coastal Cleanup Day – September 15, 2012

Friends of Kaena is organizing a beach cleanup on September 15, 2012, 8:00 am – 11:30 am at Ka`ena Point (Mokuleia route) in conjunction with International Coastal Cleanup Day. Volunteers around the world will be spending the day picking up marine debris and contributing to a global data collection.  Click here to register. What: International Coastal […]

Ka`ena Point Restoration Day

Kaena Point State Park (Mokuleia side) , April 28, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m Please join us on this day of service at Kaena Point.  Friends of Ka`ena will be  participating with Schofield Barracks Army Garrison, DLNR and we would like our Hawaiian community represented as well. Please pass this information to everyone who has an […]

Friends of Kaena at Taste of Waialua – April 7, 2012

The North Shore town of Waialua was once a bustling sugar mill town but in 1996 the Waialua Sugar Mill stopped production and closed its gates after over a 100 years of operation. In recent years, however, there has been a quiet resurgence of shops, businesses, and local product manufacturing that has helped transform the […]

Beach Cleanup – September 10, 2011 8:30 AM

The Ka`ena Point State Park has been thrashed by the Labor Day Weekend crowds! Meet us at the end of Farrington Hwy for a trash cleanup along the coast and out towards Ka`ena Point. We will supply plastic bags and gloves.  Contact us with any questions. Mahalo!  

Voice your choice Award for Friends of Ka`ena from Haleiwa Patagonia

Haleiwa Patagonia awarded Friends Of Ka’ena $1,500 for the 2011 Voice your Choice Award! Once a year, each Patagonia store receives $5,000 through Voice Your Choice to be divided among three pre-selected community environmental groups. Store customers then vote for the group whose work resonated most with them. Mahalo to Haleiwa Patagonia and all those that cast ballots […]

Please support Ka`ena at the North Shore Neighborhood Board Meeting!!!

There will be a Special Meeting of the North Shore Neighborhood Board (NSNB) at 7:00 p.m.  on Wednesday, 13 July at the Waialua Community Association building in  Hale’iwa to address and, hopefully, approve the five recommendations of  the Ka’ena Point Advisory Group (KPAG).  The Special NSNB meeting is important  because even though the Mokule’ia Community Association (MCA) approved and […]