december, 2019

21dec12:30 pm3:00 pmCommunity Native Forest Planting!with Skyline Conservation InitiativeGecko Guide:Eco-Friendly & Sustainable,Non-Profit,Preservation & Conservation

Event Details

Saturday Dec. 21 at 12:30 PM – 3 PM

Calling all volunteer tree planters!

You’re invited to participate in a native forest restoration project with Skyline Conservation Initiative held along Pohakuokala Gulch in Kula, Maui on Saturday, December 21st from 12:30PM – 3:00PM.

Volunteers of all ages are welcome to join our efforts to restore land formerly inhabited by invasive eucalyptus forest to 100% montane mesic native forest in the project area, located on Haleakala Ranch and accessible from Crater Road in Kula.

Volunteers will be planting a diverse mix of native species including koa, ohi‘a, ‘iliahi, a’ali’i and other native trees and shrubs. Snacks and drinking water will be provided, but volunteers must bring a reusable water bottle and wear closed-toe shoes.

Individual participants, community groups, and school groups are encouraged to join, and can register by emailing SCI Program Manager Joseph Imhoff at joe@skylineconservation.org

Time

(Saturday) 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm