LIHU‘E — More than half of stream mouths and surf spots around Kaua‘i tested by the citizen science branch of the Kaua‘i chapter of Surfrider Foundation had chronically high levels of bacteria in 2019.
MAHA‘ULEPU — The state Department of Health has removed water quality warning signs from the area of the Waiopili Stream at Maha‘ulepu Beach because their tests show no significant health risk in the area.
An invasive weed community members have been battling for years along the Kilauea River is creeping back along the banks, growing rapidly in a thick blanket of green that is known to take over the surface of lakes and slow-moving water.
Aquaculture experts from around the nation converged in Honolulu Friday to explore Hawai‘i’s roots in marine aquaculture and contributions to the industry, which is projected to continue worldwide growth.
Hear stories about Hawaiian history in Hanapepe on Saturday during The Storybook Theatre of Hawai‘i’s fourth annual Hanapepe Old Timers’ Day, when storytellers come out to bring the good ‘ole days back to life.
Wheatgrass shots, hummus wraps, and microgreen salads are just some of the grab-and-go lunches and snacks stacked in the fridge at Health Go Market, a little store across from Harbor Mall in Nawiliwili.
LIHU‘E — The nonprofit organization Beyond Pesticides got the green light Wednesday from the Kauai County Council to partner with the county Department of Parks & Recreation on a project to train staff on alternative pest-management strategies.