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Posts from ‘January, 2010’

Malama Ka`ena – Saturday February 20

Restoring Disturbed Sand Dunes Friends of Ka`ena will be hosting a native planting to help to restore the disturbed sand dunes in the park.  You are invited to join us on Saturday February 20 from 8:30 to 12:00.  Meet us at YMCA Camp Erdman (69-385 Farrington Highway) at 8:30am. The sand dunes at Ka`ena represent […]

Friends of Ka`ena Re-Affirm their Mission and Develop Position Statements

The Friends of Ka`ena Board members gathered at Peacock Flats in the fall of 2009 and participated in a strategic planning retreat.  The retreat provided the opportunity to reach agreement on position statements, strategic actions and priority next steps that align with the Friends’ mission. The resulting framework will guide future work of the Friends […]

2010 Schedule

Some of our exciting new activities for 2010 include naturalist-led hikes, restoration projects with schools and youth, clean-ups, parking lot presence, and outreach. The naturalist-led hikes have been a big success so far. Space is limited, so sign up soon! Email to sign up for one of the hikes or to obtain information about […]

Successful Year for Friends of Ka`ena

Throughout 2009, Friends of Ka`ena (FOK) have worked to improve conditions at Ka`ena.  In April 2009, FOK became a Kokua Partner with the Hawaii State Parks.  The Kokua partnership allows stewardship, education, and outreach activities within the park.  FOK has completed beach clean-ups, service projects with schools, public outreach, was awarded a National Park Service […]