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Aloha Mai Kākou!, We are happy to announce our volunteer dates for 2022 spring out planting season. Volunteer dates for the months of April and May are now open for registration and you can schedule your volunteer day(s) just by clicking on the highlighted dates on the calendar or scroll down to the volunteer form at the bottom ...
Read More 2022 Volunteer Opportunities-Spring Out Planting Season Dates for April and May are now open. Sign up and come plant trees on Mauna Kea.

Happy Earth Day! Volunteer To Plant Some Native Trees on Mauna Kea! * Koa   *Māmane   * ‘Iliahi When: Saturday April 23rd, 2022 Meeting Site: Kilohana Hunting Station Planting Site: Skyline Out Planting Plots Elevation: 9.000-11.000 ft.

MKFRP T-Shirt Campaign.

Posted on May 11, 2017 in Main, News and Events, slider

Order your T-Shirts Now! Help support our forest on Mauna Kea by purchasing a shirt from our t-shirt campaign. A minimum of 50 shirts will ensure the order is fulfilled. Order yours online and choose from different colors available. The beautiful Palila design is based on a mural in Downtown Hilo by local artist, Kathleen ...
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Aloha mai Kākou! Announcing Spring Volunteer Outplanting Opportunities with Mauna Kea Forest Restoration Project (MKFRP) Come kick off our Spring Outplanting Season and join us planting Māmane and other native species at our Kaʿohe Restoration Area on Mauna Kea. Dates:  Spring Day trips Mark your Calendars!  March M T W T F S S 1 ...
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    Aloha mai kākou!  MKFRP is happy to announce that we are kicking off our fall out planting season this September with numerous opportunities for you, your friends and family to participate in.  Come be a part of the Mauna Kea Dry Forest legacy by helping to plant various native species at the Ka`ohe ...
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We are half way through our spring planting season on Mauna Kea. Come plant māmane and ‘iliahi at the Ka‘ohe Restoration Area. We’ll be working during the week at about 6,500 feet on the southwestern slope of Mauna Kea, above the Kilohana Hunter Checking Station off the old Saddle Road. Choose from two experiences: day trip or campover at the Ka‘ohe Restoration Area.      

MKFRP will be building a new 1-mile loop interpretive trail that takes hikers into the heart of palila habitat. The self-guided trail will include educational kiosks and QR codes linked to information web multi-media. Read and comment on the project’s Environmental Assessment here:   Read more about the project in the news:      

Fall Volunteer Campovers!

Posted on Sep 18, 2015 in News and Events

Volunteer on Mauna Kea! Plant a few trees and mālama ‘āina. Join the Mauna Kea Forest Restoration Project (MKFRP) as we head up to the slopes to our Pu‘u Mali Restoration Area to take advantage of all this El Niño rain! We’ve got a couple volunteer planting trips ready for you to join in!   Join us as we plant koa and ‘a‘ali‘i ...
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Summer Volunteer Days!

Posted on Jun 23, 2015 in News and Events