Little Fire Ants Workshop – must register, link below

Waimānalo Research Station 698 Ahiki St, Waimanalo, HI, United States

University of Hawai'i CTAHR's Cooperative Extension and its supporting partners and funding agencies welcome you to join this free workshop event.Register by clicking HERE.

Kuli`ou`ou Ridge Trail Restoration: Aloha Tree Alliance

Kuliouou Ridge Trail, Kuli'ou'ou Valley Trail, Honolulu, HI 96821, USA

About the ProjectThe Kuli'ou'ou Ridge Trail is in desperate need of restoration. One of the most beautiful hiking trails in east O'ahu, Kuli'ou'ou valley is a beautiful watershed that once boasted of native trees, shrubs, plants, birds and snails. Today because of overuse and misuse, switchbacks have been deeply cut, killing trees, plants and causing erosion that eventually […]

Diamond Head State Monument: Trees for Kaimuki

For more information and sign-up, please email: MyTrees@treesforhonolulu.orgJoin Diamond Head State Monument and Trees for Kaimuki to help keep the trees and other native plants at Fort Ruger Path happy and healthy. This includes mulching trees, pulling weeds and trimming up the tree canopy. This event occurs every third Saturday of each month from 9 am […]

Midsummer Night’s Gleam (Reserve by July 18; see below)

Foster Botanical Garden 50 N Vineyard Blvd, Honolulu, HI, United States

In anticipation of eager attendees returning to the Gleam by the thousands, registration for the Gleam will be conducted using the Parks and Recreation Online System (PROS) at pros.hnl.infoTo find the specific registration listings click on the “Activities” section of the PROS homepage, and search “Gleam”. From now until July 18 at 9 p.m. online registration […]

Hamakua Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary Forest Restoration

268 Hamakua Dr, Kailua, HI 96734, USA

Except holidays and storms - drop in to help mālama the native community forestry planted on the watershed.  Wear covered shoes and bring a water bottle. Drive through the open gate immediately adjacent to 268 Hamakua Drive, Kailua 96734 and park inside.  All welcome. Organized by Healthy Climate Communities. Questions?  Contact info@healthyclimatecommunities.org

Little Fire Ants Workshop – must register, link below

Windward Community College 720 Keaahala Rd, Kaneohe, HI, United States

University of Hawai'i CTAHR's Cooperative Extension and its supporting partners and funding agencies welcome you to join this free workshop event.Register by clicking HERE.

Kuli`ou`ou Ridge Trail Restoration: Aloha Tree Alliance

Kuliouou Ridge Trail, Kuli'ou'ou Valley Trail, Honolulu, HI 96821, USA

IMPORTANT NOTICE: This event will replace our planned 5/18 work day, which has been canceled due to inclement weather.About the ProjectThe Kuli'ou'ou Ridge Trail is in desperate need of restoration. One of the most beautiful hiking trails in east O'ahu, Kuli'ou'ou valley is a beautiful watershed that once boasted of native trees, shrubs, plants, birds and snails. […]

Hamakua Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary Forest Restoration

268 Hamakua Dr, Kailua, HI 96734, USA

Except holidays and storms - drop in to help mālama the native community forestry planted on the watershed.  Wear covered shoes and bring a water bottle. Drive through the open gate immediately adjacent to 268 Hamakua Drive, Kailua 96734 and park inside.  All welcome. Organized by Healthy Climate Communities. Questions?  Contact info@healthyclimatecommunities.org

Little Fire Ants Workshop – must register, link below

University of Hawaii Urban Garden Center 899 Kamehameha Hwy, Pearl City, HI, United States

University of Hawai'i CTAHR's Cooperative Extension and its supporting partners and funding agencies welcome you to join this free workshop event.Register by clicking HERE.

Unthirsty Plant Sale

Hālawa Xeriscape Garden 1268 Iwaena St, Aiea, HI, United States

This family-friendly and admission-free event is focused on xeriscaping, a creative way to reduce outdoor water use through efficient landscaping. Event-goers can expect the following:Local plant vendors providing a variety of less-thirsty plantsInformational boothsAnd moreXeriscaping is based on seven fundamental principles that serve as guidelines on how to plan, plant, and maintain a garden that […]

Hamakua Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary Forest Restoration

268 Hamakua Dr, Kailua, HI 96734, USA

Except holidays and storms - drop in to help mālama the native community forestry planted on the watershed.  Wear covered shoes and bring a water bottle. Drive through the open gate immediately adjacent to 268 Hamakua Drive, Kailua 96734 and park inside.  All welcome. Organized by Healthy Climate Communities. Questions?  Contact info@healthyclimatecommunities.org

Hamakua Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary Forest Restoration

268 Hamakua Dr, Kailua, HI 96734, USA

Except holidays and storms - drop in to help mālama the native community forestry planted on the watershed.  Wear covered shoes and bring a water bottle. Drive through the open gate immediately adjacent to 268 Hamakua Drive, Kailua 96734 and park inside.  All welcome. Organized by Healthy Climate Communities. Questions?  Contact info@healthyclimatecommunities.org

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