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Maui Snorkel Trails

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  • 1. OLA NĀ PAPA I PŪLAMA ʻIA CHERISH THE LIVING REEFS
  • 2. The Problem
  • 3. The Solution
  • 4. Vision Honolua Bay
  • 5. A Proven Concept
  • 6. COUNTRY LOCATION TRAIL NAME SHORE INFO GUIDES TRAIL BOTTOM MARKERS ARTIFACTS FACILITIES SPONSOR Anguilla   Shoal Bay East       interpretive signage   National Trust Australia Perth Parker Point Visitors Center     Plaques   Rottnest Island Marine Reserve Bermuda Royal Naval Dockyard Snorkel Park Maritime Museum     markers & floating resting stations Yes   Curacao   Playa Porto Mari     Coral Damage & Disease Yes Government & Reef Ball  England Dorset Kimmeridge ID cards Buoys Sea Grasses Yes Dorset Wildlife Trust Honduras Roatan Spooky Channel   Guides         Turks & Caicos   artificial reef Yes   Chain markers on Reef Balls Yes National Environment Center U.S.V.I. St. Johns Trunk Bay markers U.S.V.I. St. Croix Buck Island     markers   National Park USA Florida Datura Avenue   Cable Yes Yes Public & Private USA Florida Key Biscayne Yes     Yes   National Park USA Florida Key West     Reef Balls   City & Reef Ball
  • 7. Snorkel Trails Maluaka Beach, South Maui
  • 8. Snorkel Guides
  • 9. Self sustaining Liz Foote and u/w video
  • 10. “ Respects the culture” Kimokeo and reef sign dedication
  • 11. Education / Outreach Papawai – scenic lookout
  • 12. Mālama ‘Āina South Maui Coastal Heritage Trail
  • 13. Measurable Outcomes Scientist Darla White checking a reef
  • 14. Challenges
  • 15. The Projects
  • 16.
    • “ Talk Story”
  • 17. “ Hui” Hokule’a
  • 18. Reef Identification
  • 19. “ Talk Story” Classroom in the tidal zone
  • 20. “ Talk Story”
  • 21.
    • Working with Nature
  • 22. U/W Materials
  • 23. Signage / Artifacts
  • 24. “ Working with Nature” Mike Rineer, HIHWNMS naturalist
  • 25. “ Working with Nature” Maintenance
  • 26. “ Working with Nature”
  • 27.
    • Working with People
  • 28. Recruitment
  • 29. Employment Youthful enthusiasm is contagious
  • 30. Payroll options Hawksbill hatchling, Maui 2008
  • 31. Training Donna Brown, MCC-MOP
  • 32. Supervise / Mentor Hawaiian Monk Seal
  • 33. Graduation
  • 34. “ Working with People” Multiband Butterflyfish
  • 35. “ Working with People”
  • 36.  
  • 37.
    • ON FACEBOOK AT:
    • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Maui-Ocean-Stewards/58335560638
    • or
    • http://www.new.facebook.com/group.php?gid=42324694861&ref=mf