Restoring Native Biodiversity in Pia Valley
Saturday July 17, 2021 at 7:00pm HST
Since 2019, Protect & Preserve Hawaii and the Ko’olau Mountains have been working to restore a section of severely degraded watershed into a functional native dry-land forest and biodiversity hotspot. With the help of numerous volunteers and community supporters, portions of Pia valley have been transformed and now serve as a beacon of hope and inspiration for what native forest restoration can look like in the Southern Ko’olau.
Presentation by JC Watson, manager Ko’olau Mountains Watershed Partnership
For more information about Protect & Preserve Hawaii visit their website https://www.protectpreservehi.org
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