The Keau’ohana Native Rainforest Restoration Project now has its own website!
We’ve published our 2018 Report with a summary of our activities this year. Thank you for your support, which allows us to do the work we do!
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!
Films For Change series
Join us the second Thursday of each month at 6 PM for a free film screening followed by casual discussion.
Free popcorn! Optional: bring food for yourself or to share.
Miconia Killing—Volunteer Week, Hawai’i
Day: Sunday, April 7
Time: 10 AM – 1 PM
Where: Post Office Rd & Hwy 130 Bypass, diagonally across from HAAS Charter School
Details: We will be doing miconia control at the old ginger patch parcel. If you decide to participate, long pants and sturdy shoes are required, as the terrain is overgrown and uneven, although only about an acre.
We will provide light refreshments, tools & supplies. Please pass the word.
Email us or call 808-965-2000 with any questions!
Visit Us In Pāhoa
Stop in at our office in Pāhoa to use our Environmental Resource Center or just to say hi!