Be part of an immersive cultural experience maintaining a sacred archaeological site


Maui Cultural Lands
Located in Honokowai Valley, meet us at the Puukolii Road parking lot, just off the main highway. Groups and families are welcome! Remove invasive species along a riparian corridor to stabilize our cultural resources. We have simple goals for the day: (1) Have Fun, (2) learn one thing and share it at dinner that evening. Depending on conditions and moon phase we also plant native species to help mitigate sediment transport to the ocean. Visit our website to sign our waiver www.mauiculturallands.org

Maui Cultural Lands


About the organizer

Reforestation

Hawaiian culture is intimately connected to the native flora of our islands. Plants have been used for building, transportation, food, clothing, weapons, medicine and religion. Many of these plants are nearing extinction due to the massive influx of invasive plant and animal species to the Hawaiian Islands. Our primary goal is to reforest Honokowai Valley and the Kaanapali area with native and endemic Hawaiian plant species.

Archaeological Stabilization

Important cultural information is contained within the ruins of Honokowai Valley. MCL needs your help to stabilize this archaeological site for future generations.

Education

Honokowai Valley provides an ideal setting for educational opportunities for the Hawaiian community, general public and visitor.

 

Sat 5/18/2024 9am-1:30pm

  • One Time Commitment
  • Set Schedule
  • Specific Location
Good For

Kids, Teens, Families, Kupuna, Students, Groups, Visitors, Exercise, Bilingual Speakers, Meeting People

Activity Type

Outdoor, Help Plants & Nature, Cleanup, Physical Labor, Advocacy & Outreach, Educational Activity

Cause

Environmental Conservation, Cultural Preservation

Requirements

Complete Full Shift, Closed Toed Shoes

Be part of an immersive cultural experience maintaining a sacred archaeological site


Maui Cultural Lands
Located in Honokowai Valley, meet us at the Puukolii Road parking lot, just off the main highway. Groups and families are welcome! Remove invasive species along a riparian corridor to stabilize our cultural resources. We have simple goals for the day: (1) Have Fun, (2) learn one thing and share it at dinner that evening. Depending on conditions and moon phase we also plant native species to help mitigate sediment transport to the ocean. Visit our website to sign our waiver www.mauiculturallands.org
Sat 5/18/2024 9am-1:30pm

  • One Time Commitment
  • Set Schedule
  • Specific Location
Good For

Kids, Teens, Families, Kupuna, Students, Groups, Visitors, Exercise, Bilingual Speakers, Meeting People

Activity Type

Outdoor, Help Plants & Nature, Cleanup, Physical Labor, Advocacy & Outreach, Educational Activity

Cause

Environmental Conservation, Cultural Preservation

Requirements

Complete Full Shift, Closed Toed Shoes

Maui Cultural Lands


About the organizer

Reforestation

Hawaiian culture is intimately connected to the native flora of our islands. Plants have been used for building, transportation, food, clothing, weapons, medicine and religion. Many of these plants are nearing extinction due to the massive influx of invasive plant and animal species to the Hawaiian Islands. Our primary goal is to reforest Honokowai Valley and the Kaanapali area with native and endemic Hawaiian plant species.

Archaeological Stabilization

Important cultural information is contained within the ruins of Honokowai Valley. MCL needs your help to stabilize this archaeological site for future generations.

Education

Honokowai Valley provides an ideal setting for educational opportunities for the Hawaiian community, general public and visitor.

 

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