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This beau­ti­ful 1,000-acre pre­serve on the north shore of Kaua‘i aims to per­pet­u­ate tra­di­tional knowl­edge of na­tive plant con­ser­va­tion and habi­tat restora­tion. Take a walk through its Plan­ta­tion Era gar­den and along Limahuli Stream, one of the last pris­tine wa­ter­ways left in the is­lands. When you get to work, you will learn about Na­tive Hawai­ian species and ecosys­tems, and be im­mersed in Hawai­ian cul­ture.

Vol­un­teer Tip: In­quire with the Na­tional Trop­i­cal Botan­i­cal Gar­den about its “Va­ca­tion and Vol­un­teer” op­tion. This way, you’ll be placed in the area that you’re most ex­cited about, from nur­tur­ing plants in the nurs­ery to as­sist­ing with arts and crafts. ntbg.org/do­nate/vol­un­teer.php

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