Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story


Join us for our weekly service work day! 

We're here every Saturday from 12-5pm. We remove invasive plant species and plant native ones, as well as general trail maintanence. We will give a breif tour of Nā Pōhaku, and talk about its history, cultural relevance, ecology, and the unique geology of the area. It's a great way to learn about Kailua as well as helping to restore the land. 

'Ahahui Mālama i ka Lōkahi has been leading volunteer efforts with both perseverance and passion to create a unique ecological restoration project. Nā Pōhaku is a low-land forest located on Kapa'a Quarry road. We are right in the middle of the Ko'olau's and the ocean. 

Gear for service work:

○ Cool drinking water (lots of it!)

○ Sunscreen

○ Hat/cap

○ Sunglasses

○ Bug repellant

○ Sturdy footwear - no slippers

○ Long sleeve shirt prefered, no tank tops (rash guards)

○ First aid kit, bring if you have it (Not required)

○ Gloves (Gardening)

○ Sturdy work pants (clothes)

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