Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story


We are located at the dead end of Farrington Highway. If you will be using GPS maps to locate us, I recommend searching for "Dillingham Airfield". Follow those directions but continue past the airfield until you see the dead end of Farrington Highway.

Google/ Apple maps may try to guide you to the West side entrance of the state park, if you search for "Ka’ena State Park".


When you arrive look for two temporary storage structures, I will be waiting there for you.  



We will plant native plants and/or remove invasive plant species at a restoration site along the coastal footpath located in the Mokuleia Section of Ka’ena Point State Park. We may use various tools including trowels, folding saws, loppers, and herbicide.


Participants will hike the scenic coast and learn about Ka'ena’s natural and cultural resources, including nesting Laysan Albatross seabirds in the Natural Area Reserve (NAR).


Activities are subject to change depending on program needs and/or weather.

HIKING TIME (not including work time):

Approximately 3.75 hours



Generally flat and rocky, may be muddy in places, minimal inclines and declines.



Long pants, long sleeve shirt and shoes that you don’t mind getting muddy. Please bring ample sunscreen and water. There are no restrooms or running water.

All weeding tools and gloves will be provided.


TYPICAL SCHEDULE (times are approximate):

  1. Introduction to Ka`ena Point, safety briefing (15 min)

  2. Hike to project site Manini Gulch area (30 min)

  3. Discuss native coastal species and restoration goals (10 min)

  4. Restoration work (2 hours)

  5. Lunch (30 min)

  6. Hike to Natural Area Reserve (45 min)

  7. Tour of NAR, Laysan Albatross and Hawaiian monk seal observation (45 min)

  8. Hike back to parking lot (1.5 hour)


***Overall time may vary depending on how the day plays out. You may leave when needed.



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