From our friends at DLNR DOFAW Nāpuʻu Conservation Project:
Puʻuwaʻawaʻa State Forest Reserve
“Nāpuʻu Conservation Project is hosting a series of Spring planting days at Puʻuwaʻawaʻa. Planting will be located up mauka at "ʻAiea", the newest fenced off exclosure. Join us to learn more above native dryland forest species and help to restore an area that was once known for it's many ʻAiea (Nothecestrum breviflorum) trees.
Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Space will be limited due to transportation. If you are coming from Hilo, and would like to carpool, please indicate that in the RSVP. Also, if you have your own 4-wheel drive vehicle you'd like to bring, please let us know. We look forward to seeing you! Mahalo nui.”
Banner photo: Planting native trees. Credit: Liana Macdonald-Kainoa, Nāpuʻu Natural Resource Management