Hānai ‘āina Conservation Workday — Forest Restoration Project


Hiʻipaka LLC, Waimea Valley
Thursday, April 18, 9:00am – 3:00pm
Waimea Valley59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712, USA map 

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This is a unique chance to be a part of the Waimea Valley Volunteer Team and help care for this sacred valley. Participants will be going on an exclusive hike up to the central ridgeline called Kalāhe‘e and will spend the day helping the conservation team care for the native forest land.

The day begins promptly at 9am with a 45 minute hike up the ridge. The group will return to the valley floor and complete the day at 3pm. Tasks may include: planting native species, invasive species control, mulching, and other related tasks.

Participants must commit to the entire time specified above.
Due to the remote location and the need for a hiking guide, leaving early is not an option.

What:This is a conservation work day — 9am to 3pm — aimed at restoring and protecting the native forest habitat. The group will be hiking up to Kalāhe`e Ridge, to plant native Hawaiian forest plants, remove invasive species and participate in other conservation projects like mulching and seed collection. It is a moderate, 45 minute hike up to the site.

We will provide tool and gloves, but you are welcome to bring personal gloves.

How Many: A maximum of 15 people for any given date. An RSVP is required.

What Age: Ages 12 and up are invited to attend. Any volunteers under 18 will need to have a parent or guardian go with them to volunteer.

For more information and questions, email our Volunteer Coordinator.

Hiʻipaka LLC, Waimea Valley


About the organizer

Waimea Valley is looking for individuals and groups to volunteers to help with a variety of tasks in the Valley. Tasks include activities such as weeding, invasive species removal, cultural site maintenance, facilities maintenance, and native forest restoration.

  • April 18, 2024 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

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

Groups, Visitors

Activity Type

Outdoor, Help Plants & Nature, Physical Labor

Cause

Environmental Conservation

Requirements

Min age 12+ with chaperone

RSVP Required, Minimum Age With Chaperone, Complete Full Shift, Closed Toed Shoes

Hānai ‘āina Conservation Workday — Forest Restoration Project


Hiʻipaka LLC, Waimea Valley
Thursday, April 18, 9:00am – 3:00pm
Waimea Valley59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712, USA map 

IMG_2884.JPG
This is a unique chance to be a part of the Waimea Valley Volunteer Team and help care for this sacred valley. Participants will be going on an exclusive hike up to the central ridgeline called Kalāhe‘e and will spend the day helping the conservation team care for the native forest land.

The day begins promptly at 9am with a 45 minute hike up the ridge. The group will return to the valley floor and complete the day at 3pm. Tasks may include: planting native species, invasive species control, mulching, and other related tasks.

Participants must commit to the entire time specified above.
Due to the remote location and the need for a hiking guide, leaving early is not an option.

What:This is a conservation work day — 9am to 3pm — aimed at restoring and protecting the native forest habitat. The group will be hiking up to Kalāhe`e Ridge, to plant native Hawaiian forest plants, remove invasive species and participate in other conservation projects like mulching and seed collection. It is a moderate, 45 minute hike up to the site.

We will provide tool and gloves, but you are welcome to bring personal gloves.

How Many: A maximum of 15 people for any given date. An RSVP is required.

What Age: Ages 12 and up are invited to attend. Any volunteers under 18 will need to have a parent or guardian go with them to volunteer.

For more information and questions, email our Volunteer Coordinator.

  • April 18, 2024 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

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

Groups, Visitors

Activity Type

Outdoor, Help Plants & Nature, Physical Labor

Cause

Environmental Conservation

Requirements

Min age 12+ with chaperone

RSVP Required, Minimum Age With Chaperone, Complete Full Shift, Closed Toed Shoes

Hiʻipaka LLC, Waimea Valley


About the organizer

Waimea Valley is looking for individuals and groups to volunteers to help with a variety of tasks in the Valley. Tasks include activities such as weeding, invasive species removal, cultural site maintenance, facilities maintenance, and native forest restoration.

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