Care For Native Plants At Kaha Garden

Kaha Native Plant Garden: This project is a living example of how individual homeowners can help improve the local environment through the use of native vegetation and xeriscape gardens. The project replaced grass and invasive species along 150 yards of stream bank with native Hawaiian plants which can be used for soil stabilization, biofiltration and water conservation. Visitors can...

Volunteers needed for wetland restoration in Hilo

Join our ‘ohana at the ʻĀina Hoʻōla Initiative and take a hands-on role in restoring the beautiful wetlands of Keaukaha. By volunteering with us, you’ll not only contribute to conservation efforts but also gain a deep understanding of our unique ecosystem. You’ll see the direct impact of your work as you help native species flourish...

Care For Native Plants At Kaha Garden

Kaha Native Plant Garden: This project is a living example of how individual homeowners can help improve the local environment through the use of native vegetation and xeriscape gardens. The project replaced grass and invasive species along 150 yards of stream bank with native Hawaiian plants which can be used for soil stabilization, biofiltration and water conservation. Visitors can...

Care For Native Plants At Kaha Garden

Kaha Native Plant Garden: This project is a living example of how individual homeowners can help improve the local environment through the use of native vegetation and xeriscape gardens. The project replaced grass and invasive species along 150 yards of stream bank with native Hawaiian plants which can be used for soil stabilization, biofiltration and water conservation. Visitors can...

Care For Native Plants At Kaha Garden

Kaha Native Plant Garden: This project is a living example of how individual homeowners can help improve the local environment through the use of native vegetation and xeriscape gardens. The project replaced grass and invasive species along 150 yards of stream bank with native Hawaiian plants which can be used for soil stabilization, biofiltration and water conservation. Visitors can...

Care For Native Plants At Kaha Garden

Kaha Native Plant Garden: This project is a living example of how individual homeowners can help improve the local environment through the use of native vegetation and xeriscape gardens. The project replaced grass and invasive species along 150 yards of stream bank with native Hawaiian plants which can be used for soil stabilization, biofiltration and water conservation. Visitors can...

Care For Native Plants At Kaha Garden

Kaha Native Plant Garden: This project is a living example of how individual homeowners can help improve the local environment through the use of native vegetation and xeriscape gardens. The project replaced grass and invasive species along 150 yards of stream bank with native Hawaiian plants which can be used for soil stabilization, biofiltration and water conservation. Visitors can...

Earth Day Celebration

Join us for our monthly Garden Day in the Seeds4tomorrow Education Garden as we celebrate Earth Day!  Get a jump start  on planning your summer garden! Join us  for the following actiivties: *propagate lilikoi vines to plant at home *Learn to grow Olena and take seeds home make organic ant traps Free seed tray and...

Taking Care of the NHS Garden

Volunteers will be helping with the maintenance of the Kahuku NHS garden by weeding, watering, digging out the trash that has been thrown into it, and filling it with more dirt to fill it up. Through this, we hope to beautify our campus, and encourage students to keep the campus clean!

NHS Garden Day

Volunteers will be helping with the beautification of the NHS garden! This includes, watering, weeding, cleaning out trash that has been thrown in, filling more dirt in the garden, and more! This will hopefully encourage KHIS students to keep the campus clean!

Walk Set Up Supply Pickup

On Friday, April 19 we are in need of a few able bodied individuals to help us load up our Walk to Cure Arthritis supplies into our rental van from storerooms, in Nuuanu and Kaimuki, and transport to our walk site at Kapiolani Park bandstand area to unload between 9:00am-12:00pm.

Sign Waving Event

Every April, Second Chance Month recognizes the importance of helping individuals, communities, and agencies across the country appreciate their role in supporting the safe and successful reentry of millions of people returning from incarceration each year. 4:00 Meet at Kamehameha Statue 4:15 Welcome Remarks 4:30 Sign Waving 5:45 Photos 5:55 Closing Remarks & Mahalo