Trees for Honolulu's Future
Trees for Honolulu's Future


What’s Happening?



Native tree giveaway by OHIA LEGACY INITIATIVE. May 4, 2019. Manoa. Be there 9am-noon. Remember, Right Tree. Right Place. Right Care.

Plant a Tree Save the Sea is an Malama Maunalua partnership with various organizations to plant trees across Maunalua watershed region. They provide free trees to participating landowners and have a wide range of species including lemons and limes as well as natives like 'o'hia, koa and ʻaʻaliʻi. Email for details and tree requests.



“Urban Honolulu has lost 76,000 trees in the last four years, aerial survey finds” (April 15, 2019) Video coverage of Trees for Kaimuki initiative working to make change and reverse this disturbing trend.

“Follow Civil Beat’s Lead on Planting Trees” (March 19, 2019) TFHF Executive Director, Daniel Dinell on Civil Beat staff taking a lead on planting trees and introducing a new initiative, Trees for Kaimuki.

UH Mānoa trees nationally recognized 10th straight year (February 26, 2019) Features Board Member, Roxanne Adams and the great work of her team!

Initiative focuses on more trees in Oahu’s concrete jungle (November 4, 2018) Features several TFHF Board Members!

"Mayor wants to plant 100,000 tress in urban Honolulu by 2025" (March 9, 2018) Video coverage on the March 9, 2018 Trees for Honolulu's Future conference

Facebook Live

Mayor Caldwell Announces Goal of 35% Urban Canopy by 2035 (March 2, 2018) Video of the Mayor's announcement accompanied by a tree planting.


"Trees for Honolulu's Future (Out and About)" (Feb 27, 2018)

Interview with Trees For Honolulu's Future Board Member, Dr. Lisa Marten.


HPR: The Conversation

"Trees for Honolulu's Future Growing our Urban Forest" (March 8, 2018)

Interview with Trees for Honolulu's Future President, Tom Dinell.