The Hawaiian value of Mālama ‘Āina, to take care of the land, is one that we hold in high regard in our community and our community is integral to our strategy for restoring the forest. Volunteers have provided the hard work and dedication that it takes to rehabilitate our native ecosystem and have achieved amazing results in the preserve. Together, we build trails, clear weeds, plant trees, collect native seeds, and propagate the plants that will grow into our future forests.
We host volunteer opportunities throughout the year on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. If you’d like to get involved, please sign up for an upcoming volunteer day below.