We'll soon be back in the Hawaiian forests planting trees
By Lizzy Rainey - Development Manager
We are excited to get back to Hawaii island this winter in order to plant native trees in the last remaining lowland forests on the island!
This project has been one of our most special and unique, as it focuses exclusively on endangered and rare native Hawaiian plants, some of which can only be found in this region. We will be planting around 100 more of these special trees come December/January, at which time saplings will be ready to go into the ground and grow into beautiful healthy forest trees over the coming years.
For more information or to join us as a volunteer at the planting events, keep an eye on our Facebook events page and Instagram account. Here we post regular updates from the field and volunteer opportunities.
Mahalo nui loa for the continued support of this important project!
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