How to Help


In our on-going work to clear the land of red mangrove at our demonstration site, we always can use more helping hands. While all of the mangrove trees have already been cut down, much work remains to remove the debris of roots and branches to the trash bin or chipper and to replant the area with native vegetation. If you can lend a hand, our work will go faster and we will be able to move from the Pūali Stream to the Hulē‘ia River. Our current work site is next to the Niumalu Beach Park. Please sign in there if you can help on one of our Community Work Days.

See our Mangrove Clearing Schedule and Contacts in the column on the right.  Start times are normally at 8:30 AM.

To prepare for your volunteering time, please print out and read the Safety Procedures linked here. VOLUNTEER SAFETY PROCEDURES


You can give us a helpful boost just by getting the word out about our project. Use the optional “Share this” or “Like this” links below to let your family and friends know who we are and what we are trying to achieve. Be sure to share our URL so others can come here too.

You can also print our brochure and distribute as many copies as you wish to print: Mālama Hulē‘ia Brochure


Donations to Mālama Hulē‘ia will be used to support our effort to eradicate red mangrove from the entire Hulē‘ia watershed.

Mālama Hulē‘ia is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit organization. You may make a tax deductible monetary donation to the project by writing a check to “Malama Hule’ia” and mailing it to the following address:

Mālama Hulē‘ia
P.O. Box 662092
Lihue, HI 96766

Or if you have a Paypal account, you can donate using PayPal’s  secure online service by simply clicking on the Donate button below:



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