Posted by: preservehawaii | January 24, 2011

Making Connections in Conservation

KRCP volunteer Kay Koike and DLNR invasive species technician Sherri Paul

Kokeʻe Resource Conservation Program (KRCP) offers a strategy of experiential education, where volunteers learn by working side-by-side with knowledgeable field staff and passionate local residents. In this way, not only do volunteers make deep connections with the land, but with other like-minded people working to preserve and protect it.

Help become part of the solution on Kauaʻi—become an active partner with KRCP in native forest conservation. For more details about their weekly volunteer opportunities, contact or visit the KRCP website:


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