EDUCATION & ACTION IN HAWAII TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE
Hāmākua Marsh, Kailua, O'ahu
3,000+ native and endemic trees and plants cared for by thousands of community members, volunteering and working together to help restore wetland and dryland forest native habitat and ecosystems.
Education and outreach
Education on climate change provided State-wide through place-based science curriculum and teacher training. Environmental education provided on Oʻahu through field trips to forestry site and school visits.
Volunteer DROP IN EVERY MONDAY 4-6pm. Join our crew caring for our native forest at Hamakua Marsh State Wildlife Sanctuary. Group volunteer work days for your organization can also be made by contacting us firstname.lastname@example.org
HELP US BUILD OUR HALE!
We are building a native Hawaii'an Hale to provide shelter from the sun and rain while our school groups are learning and to provide respite for our foresters. During the building, our youth and keiki will have the opportunity to learn from Kumu Earl Kawa'a. Uncle Earl has been celebrated as a living treasure perpetuating Hawaiian Culture, and we are fortunate that Kailua is now his home. Shown here is a previous hale he has built.
Gift A Tree
Healthy Climate Communities is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Donations are tax deductible.