Arbor Day is a formally designated day around the world dedicated to honoring, planting and enjoying the benefits of trees. Arbor Day has been recognized in Hawai’i for over 110 years, and every November communities across the Hawaiian islands gather to celebrate trees! November marks the beginning of the rainy season in Hawai‘i, which is the perfect time to plant a tree!
Wai'anae Farmers Market at Wai'anae Mall from 8 am to Noon (until supplies last)
Hoa ‘Āina O Mākaha from 8 am to 10 am (until supplies last)
Hawai‘i Agriculture Research Center in Kunia (At various times; Pre-Registration is required; Space is very limited)
*To pre-register for our Hawai'i Agriculture Research Center location, pleaseCLICK HERE.
Mālama Learning Center is pleased to coordinate Leeward O'ahu events, which will take place even during the COVID-19 pandemic! Mahalo to all of our partners, including Kaulunani Urban and Community Forestry Program of the Hawai'i Department of Land and Natural Resources, the U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Department of Agriculture for their support.
For information about Arbor Day events at other sites as well as tree planting resources, please go to Arbor Day Hawai'i.
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