Explore and Restore a Unique Coastal Park

by DLNR (Department of Land & Natural Resources)

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Venture into nature’s extreme at Oahu’s westernmost point and get involved with the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Division of State Parks for our First Satuday’s Volunteer Event at Kaʻena Point State Park – Mokuleiʻa section. Volunteers will assist in restoration activities and engage in an interpretive hike at the trailhead of the park (parking lot at the end of Farrington Hwy. on the northshore of Oʻahu)

Highlights

  • Take action and participate in native plant restoration
  • Experience the tranquility of the Waiʻanae coast and mountain range
  • Learn about native plants and wildlife
  • Restore a part of the island few get to see

Know Before You Join

  • Must be able to stay on your feet for at least 2 hours without sitting
  • Ability to hike over uneven terrain
  • Ability to perform tasks using a shovel and pick, requiring lifting, bending, and kneeling
  • Volunteers should be physically fit for strenuous activity
  • Minors must be accompanied by adults at all times
  • All must sign waiver (minors under 18 required have parent/guardian signature)
  • Use of sharp or heavy tools in effect for all who join

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