Join the AIA Honolulu GMM Committee and Hui O Ho'ohonua (HOH808) for Earth Day volunteer work at Kapapapuhi Point Park!
Make a difference this Earth Day by participating in the Mālama Pu`uloa project - restoring Pearl Harbor. There are a variety of work levels (including lighter but important work) to accommodate a variety of ages, fitness levels, etc. Volunteers will participate in clearing invasive mangrove, preparing planting areas, planting native species, Earth Day art activities, and more.
Pizza will be served for lunch, and cold water will be provided.
Please bring: your own refillable water bottle, sun protection, work gloves and your own hand sanitizer/wipes for safe public restroom use.
We recommend: closed-toed shoes you donʻt mind getting muddy (rubber boots/military style boots/tabis are great), a plastic bag for muddy shoes and clean slippers, wearing long sleeves, wearing clothes you donʻt mind getting muddy - perhaps dark colors.
Directions: Volunteers will meet in the parking lot. Kapapapuhi Point Park is off of Fort Weaver Road in the West Loch Estates neighborhood. IMPORTANT: MAP APPS DO NOT PROVIDE ACCURATE DIRECTIONS - turn on Kapapapuhi Street to access park:
Mahalo to our 2023 GMM sponsors!