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November 2018

11/10/18 Waiheʻe Valley Volunteer Workday

November 10, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Waiheʻe Valley on the Windward side of Oʻahu is on Honolulu Board of Water Supply (HBWS) land and has been identified by HBWS as a “potentially high recharge watershed”. KMWP has partnered with HBWS to begin clearing a large site area of invasive and non-native trees and shrubs to replace them with native Hawaiian and Polynesian-introduced plants. The goal is to implement a Riparian Learning Center for nearby schools and communities to utilize, learn from, and give service to. How…

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11/17/18 Ala Mahamoe Cultural Garden Volunteer Workday

November 17, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

The Ala Mahamoe Cultural Forest Project seeks to restore the dryland forest to a more native-dominated system to increase water recharge capacity in this high-priority watershed area. The project will provide opportunities for students and community members to be involved in land stewardship and conservation work through the establishment of a community-supported garden with native Hawaiian and Polynesian-introduced cultural plants. Ala Mahamoe was once abundant in native Hawaiian vegetation and was utilized by cultural practioners for lā‘au lapa‘au (Hawaiian herbal…

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December 2018

12/1/18 Ala Mahamoe Cultural Garden Volunteer Workday

December 1, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

The Ala Mahamoe Cultural Forest Project seeks to restore the dryland forest to a more native-dominated system to increase water recharge capacity in this high-priority watershed area. The project will provide opportunities for students and community members to be involved in land stewardship and conservation work through the establishment of a community-supported garden with native Hawaiian and Polynesian-introduced cultural plants. Ala Mahamoe was once abundant in native Hawaiian vegetation and was utilized by cultural practioners for lā‘au lapa‘au (Hawaiian herbal…

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12/15/18 Waiheʻe Valley Volunteer Workday

December 15, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Waiheʻe Valley on the Windward side of Oʻahu is on Honolulu Board of Water Supply (HBWS) land and has been identified by HBWS as a “potentially high recharge watershed”. KMWP has partnered with HBWS to begin clearing a large site area of invasive and non-native trees and shrubs to replace them with native Hawaiian and Polynesian-introduced plants. The goal is to implement a Riparian Learning Center for nearby schools and communities to utilize, learn from, and give service to. How…

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January 2019

1/5/19 – Pali Lookout Volunteer Work Day

January 5 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

How to Get There: The Pali Lookout Native garden is located at the Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside, which is just off of the Pali Highway. Approximate address: Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside, Pali Hwy, Honolulu, HI 96817 What to Expect: We will be using small hand tools, including sickles, trowels and shovels to remove weeds and plant in the native garden area. If plants are available, we will plant several species of native plants. The work area is steep in some…

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1/19/19 – Wiliwilinui Ridge Trail Volunteer Work Day

January 19 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

**DUE TO LIMITED PARKING AT THE TRAILHEAD, SPACE IS AVAILABLE FOR THE FIRST 8 VOLUNTEERS!** Wiliwilinui Ridge Trail is located mauka of Kalani High School in the Ahupua'a of Wai'alae. The lower part of the trail is dominated by non-native/invasive weeds like Ironwood and Strawberry Guava. As you make your way along the trail, you will start to see native forest trees like 'Ōhi'a and Koa on your way to the summit. How to Get There Approximate Address: 2390 Okoa Street,…

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February 2019

2/9/19 Mānana Trail Volunteer Workday

February 9 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Mānana Trail is located in the ahupuaʻa of Mānana. Completed in 1969 by Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club, the six-mile trail ends at the summit of the Koʻolau Mountains. In upper elevations the trail winds through forests of koa, ʻōhiʻa, and other native Hawaiian plants, however the majority of the trail is dominated by non-native and invasive shrub and trees species such as Paperbark, Strawberry Guava and Manuka. Mānana has experienced multiple wildfires over the past few decades, which have…

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2/23/19 Waiheʻe Valley Volunteer Workday

February 23 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Waiheʻe Valley on the Windward side of Oʻahu is on Honolulu Board of Water Supply (HBWS) land and has been identified by HBWS as a “potentially high recharge watershed”. KMWP has partnered with HBWS to begin clearing a large site area of invasive and non-native trees and shrubs to replace them with native Hawaiian and Polynesian-introduced plants. The goal is to implement a Riparian Learning Center for nearby schools and communities to utilize, learn from, and give service to. How…

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March 2019

3/9/19 Ala Mahamoe Cultural Garden Volunteer Workday (Pali Lookout Workday Change)

March 9 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Due to the recent landslides on the Pali Highway, there will be a change of plans for our volunteer trip scheduled for 3/9/19 from 8:30am to 12pm.  Instead, we will be going to Ala Mahamoe Native Cultural Forest in Moanalua.  The date and time will remain the same.   The Ala Mahamoe Cultural Forest Project seeks to restore the dryland forest to a more native-dominated system to increase water recharge capacity in this high-priority watershed area. The project will provide…

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3/30/19 Ala Mahamoe Cultural Garden Volunteer Workday

March 30 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

The Ala Mahamoe Cultural Forest Project seeks to restore the dryland forest to a more native-dominated system to increase water recharge capacity in this high-priority watershed area. The project will provide opportunities for students and community members to be involved in land stewardship and conservation work through the establishment of a community-supported garden with native Hawaiian and Polynesian-introduced cultural plants. Ala Mahamoe was once abundant in native Hawaiian vegetation and was utilized by cultural practioners for lā‘au lapa‘au (Hawaiian herbal…

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