Kalaeokaunaʻoa (Kahuku Point) Volunteer Workday
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
The North Shore Community Land Trust hosts monthly community workdays at Kalaeokaunaʻoa (Kahuku Point). Meet on the Kahuku side of the Turtle Bay Resort parking lot near the helipad by 9 a.m. A NSCLT representative will be there to guide the group on a hike out to the point (about 20 minutes). Stewardship activities include invasive species removal, native out-planting, dune stabilization projects, and marine debris removal. Snacks, water refills, gloves and hand tools are provided. Please bring close-toed shoes, hat/sun protection, and a reusable water bottle. Everyone is welcome!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About NORTH SHORE COMMUNITY LAND TRUST
PO BOX 1179, HALEIWA, HI 96712, US
The mission of the North Shore Community Land Trust (NSCLT) is to protect, steward and enhance the natural landscapes, cultural heritage, and rural character of ahupuaʻa from Kahuku Point to Kaʻena.
The North Shore Community Land Trust (NSCLT) was founded in 1997 as a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the scenic beauty of the North Shore of Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi. With over 60,000 acres of undeveloped land, this area is incredibly important, not only to its abundant plant and wildlife, but also its residents and visitors. It is known for its world-renowned recreational opportunities, from surfing and sailing to hiking and snorkeling.
57-091 Kamehameha HwyKahuku, HI 96731
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