2nd Saturday Community Workday


Mālama Learning Center

Join the Mālama Learning Center as we strive to heal the land and sea through restoration efforts in Leeward O’ahu as a part of our Ola Nā Kini program! We will be hosting monthly community workdays that span mauka to makai every second Saturday of the month rotating between 3 sites – Pālehua Dryland Forest (above Makakilo), Nānākuli Muliwai (Zablan’s Beach), and Awawalei Food Forest site in Kunia.

Community Workday Schedule:
*All workdays run from 9am-12pm. (Registration Open )

Feb 10 – Pālehua dryland forest
March 9 – Nānākuli muliwai
April 13 – Awāwalei food forest
May 11 – Pālehua dryland  forest
June 8 – Nānākuli muliwai
July 13 – Awāwalei food forest
Aug 10 – Pālehua dryland  forest
Sept 14 – Nānākuli muliwai
Oct 12 – Awāwalei food forest
Nov 9 – Pālehua dryland  forest
Dec 14 – Nānākuli muliwai
During these educational workdays, you will learn about the historical, cultural, and environmental benefits of native and food species followed by hana (work) that may include some or all of the following activities: Out planting of native and food plants, removal of invasive species and debris, watering, mulching, seed collection/plant propagation, site preparation for future plantings, and harvesting food.

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete this form https://forms.gle/b36tdp4DhnmgT8mY6

. We will select volunteers on a rolling basis (first come first serve)
Contact us at info@malamalearningcenter.org if you have any questions.

Mālama Learning Center


About the organizer

Mālama Learning Center is a non-profit organization that brings art, science, conservation, and culture together to promote sustainable living throughout Hawai‘i. We are located in West O‘ahu, in the city of Kapolei, offering our services primarily to communities from Waipahu to Wai’anae.

Volunteer with us as we restore mauka to makai. Come learn about native plants and give back to ʻāina as we restore Pālehua, the Nānākuli muliwai and restore abundance at our Awāwalei Food Forest site.

 

We also offer community workshops, professional development programs for teachers and Summer/Spring Break programs for students.

Sat 7/13/2024 9am-12pm

  • One Time Commitment
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Location Varies, Multiple Locations
Good For

Kids, Teens, Families, Kupuna, Students

Activity Type

Outdoor, Beach & Ocean, Farms & Gardens, Help Plants & Nature, Cleanup, Physical Labor, Educational Activity

Cause

Environmental Conservation, Cultural Preservation

Requirements

RSVP Required, Closed Toed Shoes

2nd Saturday Community Workday


Mālama Learning Center

Join the Mālama Learning Center as we strive to heal the land and sea through restoration efforts in Leeward O’ahu as a part of our Ola Nā Kini program! We will be hosting monthly community workdays that span mauka to makai every second Saturday of the month rotating between 3 sites – Pālehua Dryland Forest (above Makakilo), Nānākuli Muliwai (Zablan’s Beach), and Awawalei Food Forest site in Kunia.

Community Workday Schedule:
*All workdays run from 9am-12pm. (Registration Open )

Feb 10 – Pālehua dryland forest
March 9 – Nānākuli muliwai
April 13 – Awāwalei food forest
May 11 – Pālehua dryland  forest
June 8 – Nānākuli muliwai
July 13 – Awāwalei food forest
Aug 10 – Pālehua dryland  forest
Sept 14 – Nānākuli muliwai
Oct 12 – Awāwalei food forest
Nov 9 – Pālehua dryland  forest
Dec 14 – Nānākuli muliwai
During these educational workdays, you will learn about the historical, cultural, and environmental benefits of native and food species followed by hana (work) that may include some or all of the following activities: Out planting of native and food plants, removal of invasive species and debris, watering, mulching, seed collection/plant propagation, site preparation for future plantings, and harvesting food.

If you are interested in volunteering, please complete this form https://forms.gle/b36tdp4DhnmgT8mY6

. We will select volunteers on a rolling basis (first come first serve)
Contact us at info@malamalearningcenter.org if you have any questions.
Sat 7/13/2024 9am-12pm

  • One Time Commitment
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Location Varies, Multiple Locations
Good For

Kids, Teens, Families, Kupuna, Students

Activity Type

Outdoor, Beach & Ocean, Farms & Gardens, Help Plants & Nature, Cleanup, Physical Labor, Educational Activity

Cause

Environmental Conservation, Cultural Preservation

Requirements

RSVP Required, Closed Toed Shoes

Mālama Learning Center


About the organizer

Mālama Learning Center is a non-profit organization that brings art, science, conservation, and culture together to promote sustainable living throughout Hawai‘i. We are located in West O‘ahu, in the city of Kapolei, offering our services primarily to communities from Waipahu to Wai’anae.

Volunteer with us as we restore mauka to makai. Come learn about native plants and give back to ʻāina as we restore Pālehua, the Nānākuli muliwai and restore abundance at our Awāwalei Food Forest site.

 

We also offer community workshops, professional development programs for teachers and Summer/Spring Break programs for students.

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