Become part of Hawaii’s conservation story

Join the Mālama Learning Center as we strive to heal the land, ocean, and multitude of life through our Ola Nā Kini restoration program! We will be hosting monthly community workdays that span mauka to makai every second Saturday of the month rotating between 3 Leeward O'ahu sites - Pālehua, Nānākuli Muliwai (Zablan's Beach Park), and Awawalei Food Forest (Hawai'i Agriculture Research Center in Kunia). We welcome you to kōkua us in small huis or 'ohana units. To sign up for a workday, volunteers will need to fill out our Ola Nā​ Kini Volunteer Registration Form. If you have any questions, please email 

2023 Workday Schedule 

*Workdays run from 9am-12pm

2023 Workday Schedule:

*Workdays run from 9am-12pm

-January 14: Pālehua

-February 11: Nānākuli Muliwai

-March 11: Awawalei 

-April 8: Pālehua

-May 13: Nānākuli Muliwai

-June 10: Awawalei

-July 8: Pālehua

-August 12: Nānākuli Muliwai

-September 9: Awawalei

-October 14: Pālehua

-November 11: Nānākuli Muliwai

-December 9: Awawalei

Volunteers are needed to help us remove invasive species, outplant native Hawaiian plants, care for plants by watering, weeding, and mulching, propgating plants, and picking up litter/marine debris. Individuals and groups are welcome, children must be accompanied by an adult. Mālama Learning Center will provide tools and guidance. Volunteers are required to wear comfortable work clothes, covered shoes, sun/rain protection (dress for the weather), and bring a reusable water bottle already filled. 

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