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Filed Under: Tour Highlights & Fun Times... by Noah May 29, 2011, 11:33 pm

Come up to the North Shore  and participate along side North Shore EcoTours as we help to bring the community together  though fun-filled and educational activities. Check out our community events calendar for updates on future community functions – we hope to see you there! 




Hale”iwa Parade -12/10/10
Hale’iwa’s annual Christmas parade lit up this year with glowing Pinzgauers and Christmas cheer. With the help of friends and family, N.S.E.T put together a wonderful display to march, dance, and sing through Haleiwa town along with other festive floats. Imagine, two Pinzgauers covered from top to bottom with Christmas lights, dancing elves passing out candy to bright eyed children, and wonderful Christmas carols being sung all along the way. The spirit of Christmas was definitely felt that evening. Thank you to all who came out to make this event a memorable one! And for those of you who missed it, we’ll see you next year!





Malama Mauna Day – 3/12/11
This month’s Malama Mauna Day was a big success!! Mahalo to my students from Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies for coming out and making quick work out of those stairs. It has made a huge difference on the trail and will make it a lot easier on hikers. Thank you all for your hard work!



Taste of Waialua – Apirl 2011
The 4th annual Taste of Waialua was definitely the place to be on the North Shore in April 2011. Under the direction of Chefs Keoki Naylon and David Cruz, N.S.E.T. wowed the crowd with some ‘ono-licious “Wild Pig Sliders” topped with liliko’i bbq & chipotle aioli, fresh BMG Waialua Lemonade (basil/mint/ginger), and more!  We don’t want to say that our food was the best at the event but others sure did. 🙂 Mahalo to Waialua Sugar Mill, our workers, and all of you who enjoyed the food!


Planting Ma’ohauhele (Native Hibiscus) – 04/17/11
Mahalo to O’ahu Army Natural Resources Program (OANRP) for the plant donation and to all of you who came out to help put these plants in the ground. It was a lot of work, but then again anything worth doing isn’t easy! The Ma’ohauhele plants now have a place to call home at North Shore EcoTours.


Malama Mauna Day – 6/5/11
Mahalo to the men’s class of Halau na Mamo o Pu’uanahulu for an awesome job! We killed off invasive waiawi to help native ‘Ohi’a and Koa grow and made kala’au and la’amea for hula. Eo HNMOP!













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