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Where to Volunteer
BUILD A WALL For a once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to be a part of the rebuilding of an
800-year-old fishpond on the windward side
of the island, contact Paepae o Heeia and sign
up for one of its Friday morning or Saturday
work days. Imagine your family standing
shoulder-to-shoulder rebuilding an ancient
wall that, when finished, will be used again
to help raise not only sustainable fish but
seaweed too. Tasks include hauling rock and
coral, building the wall, mangrove removal,
site maintenance and anything else that needs
doing. The whole family is welcome, but make
arrangements in advance. And when you’re
done, consider buying something from the gift
shop to help the organization reach its funding goal of $100,000. paepaeoheeia.org
FOR THE BIRDS Volunteers can help with
everything from annual bird counts to resto-
ration. Volunteering with the Hawaii Audubon
Society will get everyone outdoors and prob-
ably to a remote location they hadn’t expected
to visit. Check the website for an ongoing list
of opportunities. hawaiiaudubon.org
STREAMLINE The Kailua-based Hui o
Koolaupoko works to protect the ocean via
ecosystem restoration (think streams and
gardens) focusing on the Koolaupoko region.
The organization happily accepts groups.
Clock wise from top: Plastic rings
available at ABC stores for $3; fun
in the water; the ancient fishpond
wall in Kaneohe Bay; penthouse at
the Modern Honolulu.