Manoa Stream Cleanup

To see a slide show of the July 2012 stream cleaning, click July 2012 stream cleanup photos Photography by Jim Harwood and Jerald Nakasone Stream Cleanup Saturday, November 17 2012, 10:00 AM:  Mānoa  Stream Cleanup Mālama Mānoa is proud to have participated in the City and County of Honolulu “Adopt-a-Stream” program for 13 years and counting. We adopted the section of Mānoa Stream from the Kahaloa Drive bridge near Mānoa District Park, down to the Woodlawn Drive bridge near Mānoa Marketplace. Like the salmon, we work upstream, starting at Woodlawn. To join in, meet up on the Woodlawn Drive bridge at 10:00 AM, and we will finish promptly by 12 noon or before.  Wear old clothes and sturdy shoes, boots or sneakers.  If you want, bring a walking stick or pole to steady yourself and help in grabbing trash. We provide gloves and bags. We pick up trash on the upper stream bank as well as down at the stream. Enjoy the stream wildlife and the isolation from the city noise and confusion. You can’t even see the city from down in the stream bed. It’s a different world! For further information or questions, please contact – George Arizumi at 988-5069  or  Jim Harwood at 941-0435. From a public Picasa album: (search “malama manoa”)

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