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Knowledge, skills and experience!
Certified across a wide range of environments with extensive experience for all ages 

and outdoor educational adventures.
Contact: or (808) 651-3452



Paul Clark has lived in Hawaii for 30 years and is a UH Hilo grad. Paul has recently worked in marine education with Malama Na Apapa (care for the coral) as a grant writer, biologist, and community outreach; he is the coordinator of Save Our Seas Hawaii and Pack Your Trash. 

At the St. Regis Princeville, Paul was the director and owner of the Young Voyagers Club and arranged private childcare and cultural guest activities. Paul was a K-12 marine science and digital media teacher at Kula High, Intermediate and Elementary School on Kauai’s north shore and specialized in experiential marine monitoring (collecting data while snorkeling) field trips.  He was also the site coordinator for the first online school on Kauai: the Myron B. Thompson Academy. Paul’s business, Earth Surge, was the first Kauai business to provide biodegradable and compostable goods to the island.  He spent 10 years as a tour boat captain on waters of the Na Pali coast, Hilo and Kona.  Paul is a Divemaster and has worked as a scientific diver with UH and the DLNR establishing Marine Protected Areas. He has three amazing children and likes to explore the backcountry.

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