Hawaii Invasive Species Awareness Month is an event designed to raise awareness of the impacts of invasive species while also recognizing the work being done to protect against them. HISAM is hosted by the Department of Agriculture (DOA) and the Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), with both agencies serving as co-leads of the Hawaiʻi Invasive Species Council (HISC).
To be able to ride down to the Pohaku Site in our state vehicles you MUST fill out this form and submit to us by 3/4/2020! https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/volunteer/files/2013/06/DLNR-Volunteer-Service-Form.pdf
It is also ok to drive in your private vehicle to the pohaku hula site.
Join us in Kōke`e for a spring season blessing and a conservation workday.
Ka `Imi Na`auao o Hawai`i Nei Institute, the Kaua`i Forest Bird Recovery Project, Kōke`e Resource Conservation Program and the Kaua`i Invasive Species Committee invite you to participate in the blessing, followed by a few hours of clearing invasive species from the historic site known as Pōhaku Hula. Information will be provided for decontamination of equipment and boots for rapid ōhi`a death fungus.
Meet at the pavilion at Kōke`e Kanaloahuluhulu Meadow at 8:30 am on Wednesday, March 11th to 4-wheel-drive-pool to the Pōhaku Hula site. Bring lunch, water, work gloves, rain gear, small yard cleaning tools, and wear covered shoes or boots. Kōkua i nā mea kanu maoli!
Photo Credit: Mike Teruya
Join KFBRP for the Annual Christmas Bird Count and Potluck. December 21st, 2019. Meet in the meadow next to Koke’e Lodge.