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Friends of Haleakala National Park

FOHNP logo Friends of Haleakala National Park photo 1
Photo by Forest & Kim Starr
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Photo by Forest & Kim Starr

The mission of the Friends of Haleakala National Park is to assist the park and the National Park Service to achieve the purposes and goals for which they were established: to preserve Haleakala's unique ecosystems, scenic character, and associated Native Hawaiian cultural and spiritual resources. The Friends also provide educational, inspirational, and recreational opportunities compatible with preserving the many natural, cultural, and spiritual resources of Haleakala so as to leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations.  The Friends of Haleakala National Park seeks volunteers on an on-going basis for service trips in Haleakala crater and the Ohe'o Gulch portion of the Park in Kipahulu.  If you would like to be on a list of potential volunteers to be contacted when service work is planned, please call Service Trip Coordinator Farley Jacob, (808)248-7660, or Friends President Mary Evanson, (808)572-9724, or visit www.fhnp.org/service.html.


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Comments? / Questions? e-mail webmaster@hear.org.  This page created on September 07, 2001 by Starr , and last updated on December 14, 2006 by Starr.