July 21, 2017

Ka`u Forest Reserve Service Project-Nature Conservancy-Oct 19,2013

kona-hema-reserveRSVP required by September 21 for this upcoming event on October 19-after Sept 21 contact TNC directly:

Kona Hiking Club is partnering with The Nature Conservancy at the Ka’u Preserve for a Kaiholena Volunteer Day on Saturday, October 19th, 2013 for our annual Kona Hiking Club service project from 7:00am – 3:00pm

To contact TNC directly:

John Replogle
jreplogle@tnc.org, or his phone at 936-7161

 

The exact work to be done in Ka’u those days is still to be decided by what needs to be done. Please come and hear all of the latest news for the Ka’u Preserve, John’s latest stories, and to experience a truly amazing place. I will be sending out more details on the days – but please mark your calendars if you think you might be able to join us. Meet in the parking lot in front of Island Market in downtown Naalehu.

For the Ka’u event, please bring the usual things; clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, closed-toe shoes, rain gear, water, and always remember John’s #1 rule of going into the forest (after safety of course) Never leave your lunch behind!

To sign up please RSVP either by email konahikingclub@gmail.com or call me at 557-9246 to confirm you will be able to join us and to help us determine the available amount of seats in the 4WD’s.  If you have a 4WD and can help transport hikers, please contact me immediately with the available amount of seats.

Space is limited by amount of seats available.  First come first serve.

Hope to see you all soon!

Kathleen

 

If you are interested in giving of your services on an earlier date The Nature Conservancy has the following event:

Ka’u Preserve

Kaiholena Volunteer Day

Saturday, September 28th, 2013

7:00am – 3:00pm

The exact work to be done both days in Ka’u those days are still to be decided by what needs to be done. Please come and hear all of the latest news for the Ka’u Preserve, John’s latest stories, and to experience a truly amazing place. I will be sending out more details on the days – but please mark your calendars if you think you might be able to join us. Meet in the parking lot in front of Island Market in downtown Naalehu.

For the Ka’u days, please bring the usual things; clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, closed-toe shoes, rain gear, water, and always remember John’s #1 rule of going into the forest (after safety of course) Never leave your lunch behind!

To sign up for the Saturday, September 28th, 2013 please either

email Linda SCHUBERT <lschubert@TNC.ORG>;

or call Linda at 443.5401 to confirm you will be able to join them.

 

 

 

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