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Kahuku Point Coastal Restoration Workday

Repeats every month on January, February, March, April, July, August, September, October, November, December on the second Saturday
From: 9:00am to 12:00pm
The Guidepost

Join North Shore Community Land Trust and local community members in a unique opportunity to experience one of Oʻahu's last intact coastal sand dune system. You may get the chance to see endangered Hawaiian Monk Seals, rare native plants, and numerous seabirds that are often found in the area. Restoration activities may include invasive species removal, native out-planting, marine debris removal, and/or walking trail maintenance.

When: Second Saturday of each month from 9am to 12 noon
Where: Meet in the Turtle Bay parking lot by the Paradise Helicopter sign. After checking in, volunteers will enjoy a 20-minute walk along the beach to Kahuku Point (Kalaeokaunaʻoa)
What to Wear: Please be sure to wear closed toed shoes, comfortable clothes, and donʻt forget sunscreen
What to Bring: Reusable water bottle (snacks and a water refill station will be provided)

Visit the Guidepost in our lobby to learn more and sign-up or email