WAIMEA VALLEY HI'IPAKA LLC
Waimea Valley Hi’ipaka LLC is focused on preserving the human, cultural, and natural resources found in the valley. It researches ways to better conserve and protect the animals and plants that reside there. The forest is actively being restored by volunteers replanting native plants. ’Alae ’ula, a native wetland bird on the endangered species list, is an example of a specific species that Waimea Valley Hi’ipaka LLC is preserving by making efforts to grow its population and maintain its habitat. For volunteers passionate about conservation efforts in Hawaii, Waimea Valley Hi'ipaka LLC is a very good place to be.
WAIMEA VALLEY HI'IPAKA LLC WEBSITE
59-864 Kam Hwy
Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712
12 years and up are welcome to volunteer.
Volunteer Release, Waiver, and Consent
This is a wonderful opportunity to be a part of our Waimea Valley Volunteers Team and help us care for the native Hawaiian species that we protect.
**An RSVP is required.**
Work goes from 9am to 3pm and can include: Native Planting, habitat restoration and Invasive species control.
*** Please realize that when you sign up, you are committing to the entire time specified above. ***
Meet at Waimea Valley Botanical Office and be ready to leave for the hike at 9am
When you arrive at the Valley entrance road, go mauka (towards the mountains) and park in any of the regular parking lots. Then continue walking mauka from there to the Botanical office. It will be up the road to the left of the Visitor center. If you see a sign that says endangered species 'alae ula crossing keep going up that way. If you are having trouble finding your way, go to the front desk in the visitor center, let them know you are here to volunteer and ask to be directed towards the botanical offices, they can help you.
We will be visiting various locations within the Waimea valley botanical gardens. These are easy to moderate trails and the longest it should take to get to a work site will be around 30 minutes. We will be doing conservation work to care for and protect the rare or endangered species of plants and animals in our valley.
** We will provide all tools, but you are welcome to bring personal gloves**
We are looking for a maximum of 20 people for any given date. RSVP in advance to reserve your spot.
Ages 12 and up are invited to attend, but any volunteers under 18 will need to have a parent or guardian go with them to volunteer.
What to bring:
The terrain is easy to moderate for Waimea Valley.
** There are some locations that can get quite hot, it pays to come prepared!**
To RSVP: Please email Volunteers@waimeavalley.net or call (808)638-5855. Also, please specify which date you plan on volunteering. Find out more at: