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Restoration Workday at Kahuku Point
February 6, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
North Shore Community Land Trust is excited to begin their 2016 restoration efforts at Kahuku Point by partnering with the Surfrider Foundation Oʻahu Chapter this Saturday February 6th from 9am to 12noon.
Kahuku Point is one of Oʻahu’s last intact coastal sand dune systems and is critical habitat for numerous species of endangered and/or endemic wildlife including Oʻhai, yellow-faced bees, Hawaiian Monk Seals, and sea turtles.
Join in for a fun morning that will include out-planting of over 200 natives, invasive species removal, and a beach cleanup. A free lunch will be provided by Energy Excelerator immediately following the restoration work at 12 noon.
The check-in table will be located at the Turtle Bay Resort parking lot next to the helicopter pad. After check-in you will get to enjoy a short hike out to Kahuku Point. Please be sure to wear comfortable clothes, sun protection, and bring a reusable water bottle. Water and snacks will be provided in addition to the lunch.
This event is in honor of Doug Rodman a North Shore resident who tirelessly worked to help keep Oʻahu’s coastline clean. Please join us this Saturday at 9am and enjoy one of the very special places Oʻahu has to offer.
If you have any questions please contact NSCLT’s Director of Conservation at email@example.com