Coral Restoration in Maunalua Bay – July 31st

Chair: Allen Umeda

Date: Saturday, July 31 –  9:00am – 1:00pm

Location: Maunalua Bay Beach Park, Diamond Head side near the boat ramp

6505 Kalanianaole Hwy Honolulu, HI 96825

Hana Puko‘a in Maunalua Bay

We invite you to volunteer and actively be involved with coral restoration efforts in Maunalua Bay. Volunteers will have the opportunity to tag live corals of opportunity (COO), photograph and identify COO from the bay, use a diamond band saw to fragment two test fragments for future stress testing, glue fragments onto aragonite plugs, and learn about how we identify thermally-resilient corals. Enjoy educational booths from local organizations and music!

All attendees will be required to wear a mask, practice social distancing, and follow all COVID-19 safety guidelines. 

We are unfortunately over capacity for the 9 am – 11 am shift on July 31st. 
Because spots are extremely limited, if you are no longer able to attend or have any changes to your party, please email us as soon as possible at Due to the uniqueness of this event, attendance is crucial. Please be on time for your assigned shift, check in will start at 8:45 am.
Please make sure to fill out the waiver prior to attending your shift if you have not attended a Hana Puko‘a before.