Friday, September 22, 2017—Deepen your connection with the ‘āina! Join The Kohala Center’s Kohala Watershed Partnership crew for a morning of digging out fountain grass and other invasive plants in the Koai‘a Tree Sanctuary to give native koai‘a and pilo space to grow and thrive.
Meet at The Kohala Center’s offices (65-1291A Kawaihae Rd.) at 8 a.m. and bring along a water bottle and sack lunch. Boots or sturdy shoes are required and rain gear is highly recommended. Be prepared for any kind of weather: hot or cold, sunny or cloudy, windy or calm, wet or dry…knowing Kohala, probably all of the above! We provide tools, gloves, and cold drinking water. We’ll work, hike, explore, picnic, and then work a bit more, returning to Waimea by 1 p.m.