Getting Involved...

The Pu'u Wa'awa'a Volunteer Work Program has been in
existence since December of 2004, and since then there have
been thousands of hours logged, plants planted, yards of
trails built, seeds collected, and weeds pulled. We have
ventured to the far upper reaches of the ahupua'a and
tended to anchialine pools along the coastline. Many
friendships have been forged, and many, many outstanding
potluck luncheons have been shared. You are invited to join
us as we continue community involvement in dryland forest
restoration into 2010 and 2011.

While the program helps to accomplish many of the
on-the-ground objectives for the ahupua'a, it also gives
participants the opportunity to learn and experience the
wonders of the native dryland forest. Furthermore, the hours
that are recorded by each and every volunteer serve as a
valuable match toward generating funding support for a
myriad of projects at Pu'u Wa'awa'a, such as recreation,
education and of course restoration. Your generous efforts
go a very long way! To get more information and to register
for Work Day announcements, please
contact us. Mahalo!!!