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State Awards Grants to Non-Profits to Clean up Tsunami Marine Debris
The Hawaii State Department of Health with assistance from the state Department of Land and Natural Resources is awarding six local non-profit, community groups grant funds to help address Japan Tsunami Marine Debris and keep Hawaii’s shorelines clean.

Six grant totaling $100,00 will complement ongoing efforts by community groups that are already working to address marine debris issues including debris originating from the Japan tsunami. The selected projects will help to reduce the impacts of marine debris from alien species, marine life entanglement, economic costs, and human health and safety.



 
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