From our friends at DLNR DOFAW Napuu Conservation Project:
"Hū aʻe ka uahi, paukaʻa i na kamaʻāina"
As the smoke billows, the natives are completely consumed.
Fire threatens native ecosystems and if not prevented could destroy such ecosystems forever. - The Hawaiian Dryland Forest Education Guide
We are in summer season, and with that we must embrace the sun and heat that comes along with it. During these hot times, it's extremely important that we prevent forest fires, which is the #1 RISK to the dryland forest.
Join us Wednesday 7/18 for our monthly volunteer day. We'll be working on fencing the pu'u for the community Pu'u Project. Details and RSVP below.
Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Feel free to pass along this invitation to anyone else who may be interested!
The day will begin at 8:15 a.m. at Hicker check-in station and end by 3:30 p.m.
8:15 Meet at Hiker Check-in: Introduction to Place
8:30 Head to the puʻu
8:45 Work orientation. Hana!!
12:00 Optional Potluck Lunch.
If you would like to participate, please bring a dish to share for our family-style potluck. Plates, silverware, etc. will be provided.
12:45 Continue to fence, etc.
3:00 pm Pau hana, put away all tools
3:30 pm A hui hou kākou!
We will be fencing an exclosure on the puʻu, for a community puʻu project.
**Terrain is uneven with over grown vegetation. Weather can be hot and sunny or cold and rainy. The last bathroom stop will be at the hiker check-in**
Work is EXHILARATING and REWARDING!!!
Puʻuwaʻawaʻa Cinder Cone
Please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (808) 209-0596 to RSVP.
Lunch to share for a potluck!
Plenty of water: multiple bottles please!
Sturdy hiking boots/shoes (closed-toe)are required