Diamond Head State Monument: Lēʻahi Millennium Peace Garden Work Day


DLNR: State Parks: Diamond Head State Monument

Join us for the Diamond Head State Monument volunteer workday! We will be working on caring for the native plant species present in the Lēʻahi Millenium Peace Garden, located along the historic Fort Ruger Pathway at the foot of the crater outside the park.

Please sign up for the event and complete the waiver linked here!

Activities: Gardening. Please be aware that lunch is not provided!

What to Bring: Closed toed shoes, bring your own water, a snack, and wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty!

Where to Meet: The Lēʻahi Millenium Peace Garden. Parking is available along the crater side of Diamond Head road, directly across from the Kapiolani Community College parking lot and the Diamond Head + Makapuʻu bus stop (stop ID 230). See link here for details. Walk from this location to the Peace Garden (link to location provided above).

Point of contact:

DHSM Interpretive Program Team

[email protected]

808-353-1974

DLNR: State Parks: Diamond Head State Monument


About the organizer

Our mission at Diamond Head is to protect the park natural resources as well as to educate the public about our natural resources and history.Hawaiʻi is the most remote archipelago on earth. Our reputation for unsurpassed natural beauty is reflected in Hawaii’s State Parks.The Hawaiʻi State Park System is composed of 50 parks encompassing approximately 30,000 acres on five major islands. These parks offer a variety of outdoor recreation and heritage opportunities. The park environments range from landscaped grounds with developed facilities to wildland areas with trails and primitive facilities.We invite you to experience Hawaiʻi’s State Parks, to learn about our unique resources and history, and enjoy outdoor recreation and culture. As you visit, please help us protect Hawaiʻi’s fragile and irreplaceable resources for future generations.

Sat 3/16/2024 9am-12pm

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

Accessible, Kids, Teens, Families, Kupuna, Students, Groups, Visitors, Exercise, Bilingual Speakers, Meeting People, Internship Opportunity, Resume Builder

Activity Type

Outdoor, Parks & Trails, Farms & Gardens, Help Plants & Nature, Physical Labor, Landscaping

Cause

Environmental Conservation

Requirements

RSVP Required, Sign Digital Waiver

Diamond Head State Monument: Lēʻahi Millennium Peace Garden Work Day


DLNR: State Parks: Diamond Head State Monument

Join us for the Diamond Head State Monument volunteer workday! We will be working on caring for the native plant species present in the Lēʻahi Millenium Peace Garden, located along the historic Fort Ruger Pathway at the foot of the crater outside the park.

Please sign up for the event and complete the waiver linked here!

Activities: Gardening. Please be aware that lunch is not provided!

What to Bring: Closed toed shoes, bring your own water, a snack, and wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty!

Where to Meet: The Lēʻahi Millenium Peace Garden. Parking is available along the crater side of Diamond Head road, directly across from the Kapiolani Community College parking lot and the Diamond Head + Makapuʻu bus stop (stop ID 230). See link here for details. Walk from this location to the Peace Garden (link to location provided above).

Point of contact:

DHSM Interpretive Program Team

[email protected]

808-353-1974

Sat 3/16/2024 9am-12pm

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

Accessible, Kids, Teens, Families, Kupuna, Students, Groups, Visitors, Exercise, Bilingual Speakers, Meeting People, Internship Opportunity, Resume Builder

Activity Type

Outdoor, Parks & Trails, Farms & Gardens, Help Plants & Nature, Physical Labor, Landscaping

Cause

Environmental Conservation

Requirements

RSVP Required, Sign Digital Waiver

DLNR: State Parks: Diamond Head State Monument


About the organizer

Our mission at Diamond Head is to protect the park natural resources as well as to educate the public about our natural resources and history.Hawaiʻi is the most remote archipelago on earth. Our reputation for unsurpassed natural beauty is reflected in Hawaii’s State Parks.The Hawaiʻi State Park System is composed of 50 parks encompassing approximately 30,000 acres on five major islands. These parks offer a variety of outdoor recreation and heritage opportunities. The park environments range from landscaped grounds with developed facilities to wildland areas with trails and primitive facilities.We invite you to experience Hawaiʻi’s State Parks, to learn about our unique resources and history, and enjoy outdoor recreation and culture. As you visit, please help us protect Hawaiʻi’s fragile and irreplaceable resources for future generations.

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