We mobilized an Army of solid volunteers from the diverse Maui Community. Big thanks to Hui Malama Learning Center, Hawaii Canoe Club Kamalii Program, Kihei Lutheran Church, Kula Boyscout Troop 14, and various members of Captain Henry’s Eco Army.
…. Here’s the “before” picture …
Eucalyptus is pretty and smells nice, but is not good for our tropical watershed and fragile upcountry Eco System of Maui. In this case we had to violently clear cut into it in the name of progress. Future generations deserve healthy and functional natural watersheds.
Skyline Eco Adventures has been dedicated planting native trees for the past 12 years. I have personally coordinated the planting of +2,000 Hawaiian plants in this location. I LOVE MY JOB!!! We have now planted out all open space we have access to.