Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story

Malama Pa‘u o Hi‘iaka (Jaquemontia ovalifolia).


Required Tasks 

• Each Volunteer will be required to sign a liability waiver at prior to participation of the work day 

• Upon completion of the Volunteer work day, each participant will submit a Visit Report Form at Directions/Parking 

• Directions and Parking instructions will be provided by the appropriate Island Director or Land Steward at a later date.

• HILT does not require any fees for a service-learning day for groups, but is a nonprofit, and as such, accepts and depends on donations from generous and caring individuals. 

Items to Bring 

• Close-toed shoes 

• Hat • Long sleeve shirt (mosquito, sun, and fibrous grass protection) 

• Long pants (mosquito and fibrous grass protection) 

• Garden gloves (HILT has some available, but please feel free to bring your own) 

• Trash bags (HILT has some available, but please feel free to bring your own) 

• Bug spray 

• Sunscreen 

• Water 

• Lunch/snacks 

• Camera Benefits of A Service Learning Day

• Providing a service to the communities of Hawai‘i and filling a gap in the restoration and healing of the lands in Hawai‘i 

• Opportunity to collaborate with other committed conservation and environmentally-oriented staff and volunteers 

• Gain hands-on experience and insight into Hawai‘i’s natural and cultural resource management 

• Invitation to HILT’s Annual Picnic

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