September 21, 2017

Kiholo Bay Service Project-Nature Conservancy-Nov 15, 2014-RSVP Now!

Ka Loko o KiholoRSVP required by November 1 for this upcoming event on Saturday November 15-after Nov. 1 contact TNC directly:

NOTE:  TNC had to rechedule this project from October 18 to November 15.  Hope you can join us.

Kona Hiking Club is partnering with The Nature Conservancy for Ka Loko o Kīholo Restoration Work Day on Saturday, November 15th, 2014 for our annual Kona Hiking Club service project from 9:00am – 2:00pm

This is a special opportunity to access an area closed to the general public.

A hike will be offered after the project for those who haven’t expended all their energy on the service work.  🙂

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 TNC plan the best use of their resources for the day.

Scroll down for information about the project and what you need to bring with you.  Remember to check back here before the event for any changes or updates.

Hope to see you all soon!

 Kathleen

To contact TNC directly after November 1:

Rebecca Most
Marine Coordinator, Hawai`i Island
The Nature Conservancy
PO Box 241
Kailua-Kona, HI 96745

Cell 808-741-4584
rmost@tnc.org 
Please join The Nature Conservancy for a volunteer work day at Kīholo Fishpond. With your kokua, we will be revitalizing the fishponds of Kīholo by removing invasive vegetation from the pond edge and clearing old debris. Our efforts to clean up the fishponds will make space for native plants to thrive, reduce sediment inputs into the fishpond, and improve water quality for fish to grow.

Please RSVP (rmost@tnc.org) by Thursday November 13.
Feel free to share this invitation with friends and ohana.

Directions and details will be emailed the day before the event.
The gate will be open from 8:30am-9:00am, and from 2:00pm-2:30pm.

To get to Kiholo Bay take the unpaved public access road which is just south of the Scenic Overlook on the makai side between the 82mm & 83mm on Queen Ka’ahumanu highway.  Almost to the end of the road there will be a big iron gate on right where we will meet the TNC folks.

Potluck Lunch (12:00-1:00pm)
Drinks, Water & Rice will be provided

Please bring:
Hat/sunscreen/Bathing Suit
Hiking Boots/Tabis (Water Shoes)
Gloves
Protective Clothing
Water Bottle
Hand tools
Beach Chair

Comments

  1. Nolan Chock says:

    I would like to participate in the Kiholo Bay service project on Nov 15th.

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