Another one for the books! After 30 days at sea, our PMDP/NOAA team returned home with 123,690 lbs of marine debris, removed from the sensitive reefs of Papahānaumokuākea! Mahalo to @NOAA for a wonderful collaborative project, and all the people who supported us in our mission!
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After four days of transit, the team finally arrived at Kamole and got to work removing the entrapment hazards littering its shores. Day one of the joint PMDP/NOAA mission concluded with 5,195 lb of debris being removed from Kamole!
THE COUNTDOWN TO THE JOINT PMDP/NOAA FALL 2021 MISSION HAS OFFICIALLY BEGUN!
In just 15 days, our crew will be voyaging out to Papahānaumokuākea once again to remove the marine debris threatening our coral reefs and entangling the wildlife that call it home.