JOIN OUR ‘OHANA

ho'okahi makou me ka 'aina

we are one with the land

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GIVE BACK

to the land that gives to us

E ho‘onipa‘a loa wau ia ‘oukou

I will plant you securely

Mālama ‘āina is an ancient Hawaiian concept of respecting and taking care of the watershed through conservation and sustainability practices so the land and sea continue to sustain life.

If you would like to volunteer for some of the “hands on” work that our restoration efforts require, please click the "Sign up!" button and register for our upcoming events!

 

CONTRIBUTE

pay it forward

To make a tax deductible donation to Leeward Haleakalā Watershed Restoration Partnership, please contribute through the

University of Hawai'i Foundation.

See how much everyday items cost us to help you decide how much to give

HOW FAR IT CAN GO

We have some amazing organizations who believe in our work.

OUR FUNDERS

Get in touch and we can let you know what items are helpful. Mahalo!

FOR IN-KIND DONORS

Your contribution to Leeward Haleakalā Watershed Restoration Partnership will not only help us purchase supplies and equipment, but it provides crucial matching funds for federal, state and local grant programs. Your support will go a long way!

 

CHANGE

be it, everyday

You don't have to be a scientist, a tree-hugger or a millionaire to make a difference in our local watersheds. There are lots of simple, cheap ways that you can "be the change you want to see" in every day life here in the islands.

Here are some easy things you can do to help your watershed remain healthy:

ASK YOUR LANDSCAPER TO NOT USE OR SELL INVASIVE PLANTS

For useful native plant ideas,  visit the website: www.plantpono.org
 

LEARN

get woke

We are working hard to become an important resource in the communities we represent on topics such as watershed management from mauka (mountain) to makai (sea), reforestation, conservation research and environmental education.

Presentations will be given in libraries, schools and in community environments. If you would like to schedule a presentation, please contact us using this link.