Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story

Helping hands needed to maintain native plantings by weeding out invasive species, and work upland by spreading mulch, hand-pulling weeds, bagging green waste, and the occassional new planting.  Part of our goal for these enhancement activities is to provide a suitable habitat for the endangered 'alae 'ula (Hawaiian Moorhen). Student Service Project credit is available.

Keawawa Wetland is located mauka on Hawaii Kai Drive close to the Keahole Street intersection between 7000 Hawaii Kai Drive and The Oahu Club.  Easy street parking, though we encourage you to walk, bike, or carpool.  No restroom on property.

Tools, water and snacks provided.  Tools such as mattocks/picks and loppers are welcome. (Bring reusable H2O bottle). Limited supply of gloves (bring leather gloves if  you can), plus wear closed shoes, long pants, sun block, and sunglasses.

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