Date: November 19, 2002
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Location: AWWA Office
Kalakaua Avenue #905
Honolulu, Hawai`i 96815
Phone: (808) 955-7882
Fax: (808) 955-7813
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Wai Watershed Association
Ala Wai Watershed Association (AWWA) is a nonprofit, community-based
organization dedicated to caring for the watershed that flows
into the Ala Wai Canal and the near shore waters of Waikiki and
is made up of seven sub watershed communities including:
- Ala Moana-Kaka'ako-McCully
- Kaimuki-Kapahulu-Diamond Head
- Moi'ili'ili-St. Louis Heights
To improve water
quality and foster awareness of ahupua`a concepts through community-based
stewardship of the Ala Wai watershed.
water quality by initiating a series of pilot projects that
can be grown and expanded to improve overall water quality.
long-term stewardship and awareness of polluting activities
to revitalize watershed areas.
ahupua`a concepts, knowing that what happens in one area affects
the next downstream, to bring about watershed-wide cooperation
in making the Ala Wai Canal again safe for recreation, fishing
and for protecting the near shore waters from pollutants.
AWWA as a credible clearinghouse for information and community
development resources, to bring together the communities, governmental
agencies, and businesses to improve the Ala Wai Watershed.
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If you are interested
in helping to maintain and improve the health of the Ala Wai Watershed
and the quality of the water that flow into the Ala Wai Canal and near
shore waters, we invite you to become an AWWA Member!
Members receive regular
updates on all of our coming events (e.g. service projects, meetings,
etc...) and through your membership, you can help us move forward in
accomplishing the goals we have set for ourselves.
To become a member,
contact us at: