Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story

Kalaeokaunaʻoa, also known as Kahuku Point, is the northernmost point of Oʻahu and is significant both culturally and ecologically. Join North Shore Community Land Trust for our community workdays to mālama this special place on the second Saturday of each month. Meet us on the Kahuku side of the Turtle Bay Resort parking lot, near the Paradise Helicopters helipad by 9 a.m. A guide will lead volunteers on a coastal hike of about one mile to Kalaeokaunaʻoa (~20 minutes).

Restoration activities include invasive species removal, native out-planting, and other dune restoration activities for a variety of ages and skill levels.

**Please note the following changes to maximize the health and safety of our volunteers and staff due to COVID-19**

RSVPs are required in advance.

Participants will split into groups of 25 to comply with current City & State gathering size restrictions. Work will be done outside with the opportunity to social distance. Please note that masks are no longer required under updated State mask mandate guidelines.

Please remember to bring:

  • A reusable water bottle with a minimum of 2 liters of water (please note: due to COVID-19 we will not be able to provide water refills).
  • Your own gloves and weeding tools if you prefer (we will also provide clean gloves and tools)
  • Reef-safe sun protection
  • Comfortable walking shoes

We hope you will join us for this opportunity to mālama (care for) this special place! For more information please visit:


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