Check out this video featuring the AMAZING sculpture made by artist-scientist Ethan Estess! Made of marine debris collected from the Kahuku coastline and reclaimed lumber from Re-use Hawaii, Plastic Free Pipeline was on display during the WSL Billabong Pipeline Masters at ʻEhukai Beach Park during December.
Several school groups came to visit us, meet Ethan and see the sculpture up close. Our partners from Sustainable Coastlines Hawaiʻi, special guests from Tangaroa Blue Foundation were also on-site to share more about marine debris. Ethan, Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation staff and co-founders Kim & Jack Johnson, as well as partners from Sustainable Coastlines Hawaiʻi also presented at assemblies at Kahuku High & Intermediate and Sunset Beach Elementary Schools.
Mahalo to our partners WSL PURE, Sustainable Coastlines Hawaiʻi, Turtle Bay Resort, Re-use Hawaiʻi, Bureo, Hydro Flask, Johnson Ohana Foundation.
The Plastic Free Wave is now on display at Turtle Bay Resort. If your school is interested in booking a field trip to see the Plastic Free Wave and learning how to wipeout plastic pollution, email [email protected]kokuahawaiifoundation.org.