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What an Accomplishment!

Nearly an acre of invasive mangrove removed! Bringing us close to 4-acres restored. We have finished cutting the mangrove along Niumalu Road going all the way down to the point. Our next efforts will focus on planting with native vegetation … Continue reading

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Weaving It All Together…Reviving Ecosystem Health and Traditional Hawaiian Resource Use

The work that Malama Hule`ia and so many community volunteers have done to get rid of the invasive mangrove and replant native vegetation really shined bright yesterday as we gathered with Kauai’s DOE Hawaiian Studies Kupuna and a group of … Continue reading

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Volunteer Workday has Changed from Saturday Feb 18th to Tuesday Feb 28th – Hope you can make it!

We are changing our regularly scheduled volunteer workday in order to join in with the State of Hawaii which is hosting the 5th annual Hawaii Invasive Species Awareness Week (HISAW) from February 27th to March 3rd, 2017. Join Malama Hule`ia and Kauai Invasive Species … Continue reading

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Community Work Day Sunday January 29th

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Happy New Year! January 29th Community Workday!

Happy New Year! Hope everyone is getting off to a good start in 2017. Our community volunteer workday schedule for the year is up.  We are continuing with our regularly scheduled 3rd Saturday’s (see the sidebar for dates) starting at … Continue reading

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October 15 – Volunteer Workday

Aloha Mālama Hulē‘ia Supporters! This Saturday (10/15) is our volunteer workday. It would be great have some helping hands so please come on down.  We start at 8:30 and go until lunch time and lunch is provided. This workday we will … Continue reading

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