Lā Ho‘oulu Pae Moku ReTree Hawaii October 30, 2020

October 30, 2020 · 9:00AM - 11:00AM

place Maui > Central


All Hawai‘i, let's come together to plant trees across all the islands!

Trees are our best means of sequestering (absorbing) the excess greenhouse gases emitted by our fossil fuel-powered plants, ground vehicles, ships and planes.
Trees provide shade and cool the ground and air around us.
Trees bind and improve the soil, preventing runoff that damages our coral reefs.
Native trees provide habitat for our endangered native insects, birds, bats and other animals.

Where do we need more trees (and other plants)?

*Conservation areas like those managed by the Watershed Partnerships, CORAL, the Auwahi Forest Recovery Project and many more.
*Open space areas
*Hotels and resorts

We need:

People and organizations that would like to see more plants on properties they manage

People and organizations that would like to help put plants in the ground on October 30, 2020


place Maui, Hawaii, USA