RESPONSIBLE RECIPES – APR. 2, 3PM HST
Join PWF Conservation Coordinator Shelby Serra as she walks us through how to cook up a delicious meal while sourcing ingredients responsibly. Shelby will chat about how best to shop locally, why and how we can swap ingredients seasonally, how to grocery shop sustainably, the importance of composting and more – so don’t miss out on this fun and educational cooking opportunity!
These responsible cooking practices will incorporate information from our latest article series: Making Waves: Fisheries Interactions. You can read these articles on our website at pacificwhale.org/blog
VIRTUAL KEIKI WHALEWATCH – FEB. 16 – MAY 2
Pacific Whale Foundation is proud to introduce our inaugural Virtual Keiki Whalewatch program! This one-hour Virtual Whalewatch includes pre-recorded whale watch footage and interactive activities for students, guided by a live instructor. In addition, participating teachers will also get access to a library of interactive online lessons that can be shared with students prior to participation in the Virtual Whalewatch. The virtual sessions run multiple times daily from February 16 through May 21, Tuesdays through Fridays. The program is FREE for Maui County Schools; contact [email protected] for discount code. Private in-person charters for school groups may be available upon request; contact [email protected].
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Mahalo to everyone who participated in our 40th Anniversary Virtual Gala!
Mahalo to everyone who participated in this year’s Aloha Friday!
Mahalo to everyone who participated in our 40th Anniversary Virtual Auction!
Mahalo to everyone who participated in this year’s World Oceans Day cleanup!
Mahalo to everyone who participated in Pacific Whale Foundation’s #GivingTuesdaysNow Mini Auction from May 5-12, 2020. Whether you were an item donor, an active bidder or a wishful watcher, your presence on PWF’s auction pages helped raise awareness of PWF’s ongoing mission while illuminating the exquisite crafts, products and services of Maui artisans and small businesses as they slowly step from the shadow of COVID-19. The weeklong auction comprised 93 donated items which netted $11, 441 through the silent auction plus $425 raised through straight donations for a total of $11,946 — all of which will continue funding PWF research and advocacy on behalf of whales, dolphins and other marine species that populate the waters of Maui Nui and beyond. Mahalo again, and a hui hou!
Aloha, We Are Open! Our PacWhale Eco-Adventures are open for booking as we welcome visitors back to Maui. Quarantine restrictions were lifted on Oct. 15th for those following the state’s pre-arrival COVID-19 testing requirements.