Posted by: preservehawaii | August 16, 2010

Maintain Native Hawaiian Plants on Kauaʻi’s South Shore

volunteers with national tropical botanical gardenOne of the National Tropical Botanical Garden’s biggest needs for volunteers is helping maintain their Native Hawaiian plantings at McBryde Garden. Working alongside knowledgeable and trained staff, you’ll learn about the living collections of these rare and endangered plants, and how to best caretake them.

No experience is necessary—all you need are long pants and closed-toe shoes. The garden supplies the tools and gloves. Volunteers are asked to make a 3-hour minimum commitment anytime between 7:30am and 3:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Contact volunteer@ntbg.org to sign up, or visit the NTBG website by clicking here.

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