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March 27: update on the roundabout landscaping project

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!

Our Mission

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

“All About the Roundabout” plus Annual General Membership Meeting

Day: Saturday, May 18

Time: 2 PM

Where: Malama O Puna

Details: Free informational program on the Pahoa Roundabout, with project coordinatior René Siracusa. Presentation will be followed by light refreshments, Annual General Membership Meeting, year-to-date accomplishments, upcoming plans & projects, election of officers, & other nice surprises.

Miconia killing volunteer workday

Day: Sunday, May 19

Time: 10 AM

Where: Pahoa—Post Office Rd. near Bypass

Details: Wear long pants/sleeves, boots/sturdy shoes. Gloves and tools will be provided, and light refreshments.

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.

A Plastic OceanJune 13: A Plastic Ocean — Scientists & the puzzle of plastic pollution: the consequences of our disposable lifestyle on what should be a pristine ocean.
Into EternityJuly 11: Into Eternity — Preparing a vast Finland bunker for 100,000 years of nuclear waste storage. Will this be our society’s final awful legacy?

Visit Us In Pāhoa

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

Malama O Puna Building