Posted by: preservehawaii | January 10, 2011
Spotlight: Koke’e Resource Conservation Program
Learn about Kauaʻi’s native ecology while helping preserve it at Kokeʻe—one of Hawaiʻi’s most unique and botanically rich forest regions.
The Kokeʻe Resource Conservation Program (KRCP) needs volunteers to help them clear invasive weed species. Rustic housing is available—a few days’ work then affords you a few days off during your stay, when you can explore the drama of nearby Waimea Canyon and Alakaʻi Swamp, or peer over the cliffs into the majestic Kalalau Valley.
Check back here throughout January to learn more about KRCP’s volunteer opportunities. And visit their website: www.krcp.org
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