Q: Along the three-mile stretch of land along North Kihei Road that is flanked by Kealia Pond Wildlife Sanctuary and the Pacific Ocean, there are no trash barrels available. The area is frequented by fishermen, tourists and weekend partiers, all of whom seem to leave their trash behind to blow into the pond and the sea. Cleanup of the area seems to rely on organized volunteer cleanup crews or individuals who pick up trash as they walk along the beach. This is an extraordinarily sensitive stretch of land and it deserves good stewardship. Is there anything you can do to help with this situation? Mahalo for your time and attention.