Volunteer Opportunities on Maui


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Honokowai Cultural Overlay Stabilization Project

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As part of Ka'anapali 2020, hundreds of acres on West Maui are designated open space.  In Honokowai Valley, restoration of an ancient farming archeological site has been ongoing, and, on alternating Saturdays, dedicated volunteers venture deep into the realms of Honokowai for five hours of hard work.  Efforts include preserving cultural resources, stabilizing archeological sites and attempting to reforest the area using native Hawaiian plants.  Volunteers meet in the Amfac Building parking lot on Kekaa Drive in Kaanapali at 8:30 a.m. The day usually ends at 2 p.m. Bring lunch, water, sunscreen and mosquito repellent; wear a hat, gloves and protective clothing; and be prepared to get dirty and enjoy the camaraderie.  For more information, e-mail Ed Lindsey at kaea@mauigateway.com, call (808)572-8085 or visit www.hi.sierraclub.org/maui/honokowai.html.


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