Posted by: preservehawaii | August 30, 2010

Low-Impact Kauaʻi Volunteering!

The National Tropical Botanical Garden’s south shore gardens offer just the right volunteer opportunities for those who’d like to get their hands in the dirt—without bending down to get there.

At the NTBG’s Nursery and Horticulture Center, volunteers help with collecting seeds, plant propagation, fertilization, pot sterilization, and more. The work is done standing at waist-high tables, and stools are available.

Join the fun every Monday and Wednesday—Mondays are especially social as the volunteer group shares a potluck luncheon, followed by a brief educational lecture about the “plant of the week” from the NTBG nursery manager.

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

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