Volunteer with Hui O Ka Wai Ola

Become a water quality champion with Hui O Ka Wai Ola, a group committed to measuring and sharing the status of Maui Nui's ocean water. Pollutants in our coastal waters can be detrimental to our coral reefs and human health, which is why the Department of Heath has a Clean Water Branch that monitors the coastal water quality at various stations around the islands. A clean ocean is important to all, that is why community members, scientists and partner groups are joining together in this initiative. Hui O Ka Wai Ola compares their water testing results with the limits set forth by the Clean Water Branch. This additional data allows our communities and government to make educated decisions when it comes to the needs of our oceans. To volunteer with Hui O Ka Wai Ola, visit their website at www.huiokawaiola.com/join-us.

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