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Diamond Head State Monument: Volunteer Work Day

December 3, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

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Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map
Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map
Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map
Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map
Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map
Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map
Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map
Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map
Diamond head state monument: volunteer work day

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT HERE ON KANU HAWAII

 

At Diamond Head State Monument, volunteers will be weeding, pruning, and removing invasive species as assigned by the Park Ranger. Tools and gloves for the workday will be provided by Park staff, but volunteers are welcome to bring their personal tools and gloves. If you plan to bring personal tools, make sure they are labeled and let Parks staff know ahead.

Working within Diamond Head, the weather can get very hot and dry, and the terrain is often uneven. Come prepared to work in the sun and do moderate to heavy lifting/carrying. Here are some rules to follow, and items that all volunteers are required to bring:

Rules:

  1. Follow all rules of the park while you volunteer
  2. Stay within the designated work area unless specified by Park Ranger or staff
  3. Please be aware of your surroundings, and other volunteers, when using tools
  4. Be sure to clean all tools, and work areas, at the end of the workday

Remember to bring the following items:

  • Water
  • Hat
  • Shoes
  • Work pants
  • Workshirt (T-Shirt OK)
  • Sunscreen

Please email cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

REGISTER HERE ON KANU HAWAII

Organizer

Cassandra Springer
Email
cassandra.m.springer@hawaii.gov

Venue

Diamond Head State Monument
Honolulu, HI 96816 United States + Google Map

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