Working to replenish and sustain the natural and cultural resources of the Pupukea and Waimea Ahupua'a for present and future generations through active community stewardship, education, and partnerships.
NEW! See what we did Dec 3 at Sharks' Cove click here..
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In The News
Mahalo to Da Hui
Turtle Bay Foundation Lends Support
MPW Welcomes Officer Kamai
DLNR Recognizes Makai Watch
"Makai Watch Raises Awareness on the Oahu's North Shore"
Critter of the Month
State Approves Makai Watch
After 9 years of educating the public about this 100 acre area, MPW is now officially one of 8 Makai Watch programs statewide.click here for more info
Mililani High Visits Sharks Cove
Mililani High School's Environmental Science classes, led by Sandy Webb, visited the Cove this week to study and give back.
Community Service at the MLCD
The Marine Life Conservation District is a cleaner place thanks to the many hands of Ernst & Young Hawai'i. About 20 volunteers from their organization spent a morning cleaning up litter from around the Sharks Cove area. The group collected over 114 pounds of trash!
'A'ohe hana nui ke alu 'ia - No task is too big if done together by all. Mahalo!