On June 22nd and 23rd of 2015, an in-water cleaning and biofouling workshop was organized by DLNR (Division of Aquatic Resources) for state agency, IWC vendors, and maritime industry stakeholders to 1) learn about the biosecurity risks associated with aquatic invasive species transfer via IWC of vessels and 2) to gain the input of the ...
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Eyes of the Reef Training

Posted on Apr 16, 2014 in Main

Love the ocean and want to help preserve it?  Come out to the next Eyes of the Reef training on April 22 from 6pm-8:30 at Windward Community College to learn how to identify coral disease, coral bleaching, and invasive species.  Then, if you spot any of these events while on an adventure, please report to ...
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Clean those hulls!

Posted on Apr 1, 2014 in Main, slider

Summer is coming, which usually means more time on the water and in your boat.  Many alien invasive species are spread when organisms attach to the bottom of your boat, this is referred to as “biofouling”.   When a boat is used in one watershed and then transported to another watershed, this serves as a ...
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Underwater Gardeners!

Posted on Mar 18, 2014 in Main

Urchins – The Underwater Gardeners of Kaneohe Bay People from across Oahu and particularly from the greater Kaneohe Bay community are invited to learn more about collector sea urchins planted in the bay to control invasive seaweed. What: Urchins – The Underwater Gardeners of Kaneohe Bay When: Saturday, March 29, 2014 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. ...
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