Produced by Tim Bryan
On Saturday, the Hawaii Wildlife Fund – sponsored by the NOAA marine debris program – hosted another Ka’u Beach Cleanup. Once again, the target was Kamilo Beach, referred to by some with an international perspective as the “World’s Dirtiest Beach.”
The event was hosted in collaboration with Keep America Beautiful’s “Great American Cleanup”, Recycle Hawaii and County of Hawaii employees, who donated their time to toil away sifting through the trash on the Big Island’s remote southern beach.
In this video, coordinator Megan Lamson explains the effort.
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On Saturday, the Hawaii Wildlife Fund hosted another Ka'u Beach Cleanup. Once again, the target was Kamilo Beach, often referred to as the "World's Dirtiest Beach."