HIC Manager Dayton DeLuz, Bradda Skibs with the Basic Image Youth Leaders and 'Ohana
Since establishing Basic Image, Skibs has inspired and mobilized hundreds of volunteers, created more green spaces and leveraged limited donations into spectacular conservation benefit for our island. Skibs believes in living toward pono and that if others know how to malama’aina, they will have a better understanding and appreciation; they will have more respect for our way of life. Skibs’ vision and leadership continues to regenerate and transform the coastal parks and hearts of Hawai’i.
"...take care the keiki, they're our future.
take care the 'aina, because that's where we come from
Respect everyone and everything..."
The phrase "small world" means one encounters the same people, events or situations in unexpected places...we say "small world, big island"...when one encounters the same people, events, situation or connection on the Big Island... we are all connected
Basic Image, Inc. a recognized 501(3)(c) not-for-profit leader in land stewardship, conservation, community involvement and education fosters kuleana and nurtures aloha, by way of malama’aina.
Basic Image works with communities to teach sustainable environmental stewardship and promote cultural conservation.
We respect, enhance and perpetuate
Hawai’i’s natural resources
Aloha e komo mai
celebrating 12 years
KOHANAIKI KEIKI SURF FOR THE EARTH
Council member Karen Eoff, Bradda Skibs, Council member Angel Pilago and the Basic Image Youth Leaders
Basic Image's sustainability efforts focus on an enduring connection with the land and ocean. It includes practical solutions; education, awareness, stewardship, land use, water and energy conservation and recycling.
Ha'aheo School 5th/6th Graders Annual Malama Honoli'i
SAVE THE DATE:
HONOLI'I PAKA ALOHA HONUA & SURFING CLASSIC - JAN 16-17, 2016
teach at the beach living classroom
This year’s theme ‘Working Together as One" celebrates the value of working together to make our island a better place. Our interactive Passport to Aloha Honua (love earth) will again serve as a Festival guide and learning tool. By interacting at your community partner booths they can learn and get their passport stamped, participants 17 and under are eligible to win great prizes. Adult participants who complete a survey are also eligible to win prizes. Other activities of the Festival include the Paka Pull, a tug of war and handprints.
This year’s festival includes the State of Hawaii Division of Aquatics, DLNR Hawaii Marine Recreational Fishing Survey (HMRFS), UH-PIPES, Kealoha STEM Scholars, Circle of Life, S.E.A. (staph education and awareness) & Surf to promote awareness in four main areas: malama'aina, water stewardship, youth leadership, healthy and active lifestyles. Hawaiian Island Creations (HIC) has once again signed on to help sponsor the event. Also joining us as a new sponsor is Manukai Handboards. In our exhibit tent, we welcome Uncle Keoni Tulrade, Aukai Awai and Brandon Ahuna. There will be wood carving, board displays, and Hawaiian games. Circle of Life will be providing arts and crafts.
More than 50 on-site beach entries are expected for this year's Hang-10 (14 and under) surf contest. We also refocused the popular ‘Ohana Division to a Kokua Division. The Kokua Division parents assist, push and go, gives the youngest of surfers the opportunity to take part in a contest with some extra support from a grown-up. Adults are allowed in the line-up during these heats to help little ones catch waves, but no tandem is allowed.
DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
Hakalau Hang-10 Divisions
Short Board Menehune - Girls and Boys (7-10)
Short Board Groms - Girls and Boys (11-14)
Kokua 3-6 MIX
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