Malama O Puna is a Hawai‘i non-profit corporation and 501(c)(3) volunteer service organization which focuses on the environment. Our mission is to assure critical habitat for native species and open space for future generations through environmental education, hands-on projects, advocacy, watch-dogging and land trusting. Please browse our website to learn more about what we do and like us on Facebook to receive announcements about our upcoming events!

Upcoming Events

February 18th Native Tree Planting!

The Ahava ‘Aina community is partnering with Malama O Puna for the Jewish New Year for the trees, Tu B’Shevat. They will be planting native trees in honor of the holiday in the Keau’ohana Native Rainforest led by Jaya C. Dupuis.The trees will be coming from our native lowland nursery in Kapoho led by Dr. Ann Kobsa. Stay tuned for more information and photos from the upcoming event!

For more information contact:
Jaya Dupuis dupuis@hawaii.edu or Rabbi Rachel rabbirachel@ahavaaina.com.

Keau’ohana Quarterly Work Party!

Our next Keau’ohana work party will be held on Sunday, April 15 from 10am-1pm. Thereafter we will be holding work parties on the closest Sunday to equinox and solstice to celebrate the change of seasons. (For 2018 it will be June 24, September 23, December 23.)

To receive reminders about these events and details about what to bring sign up for our email list  and like us on Facebook.

For more information about Keau’ohana Rainforest Restoration go to “What We Do” and click on Keau’ohana Restoration.


We’ve published our 2017 Report with a summary of our activities this year. Thank you for your support, which allows us to do the work we do!

Visit Us In Pāhoa

Stop in at our new office in Pāhoa to use our Environmental Resource Center or just to say hi!

Malama O Puna Building