Oluwalu Cultural Reserve
 

Projects
Maka hana ka 'ike     -"We learn by doing"

'KANU PROJECT 
—Clearing the land of non-native plants and planting crops for sustainable living.

O'HANA 'POI KITCHEN  
— Facility created for community groups to cook and prepare their own poi for their ‘ohana.

ADOPT A LO'I PROGRAM
—Bring your group, family and friends and build, plant, maintain and harvest your own kalo for poi.

ENDEMIC AND NATIVE GARDEN 
--A Native Hawaiian plant garden, made possible through the Atherton Family Foundation.

TRAIL RESTORATION
--Olowalu is the largest and deepest valley in the Lahaina District.  The Olowalu Trail which goes through the West Maui Mountains and exits through Iao Valley was well used in ancient time

VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY WORK DAY 
—Held on the third Saturday of each month from 7:00am—11:00am.


 




COMMUNITY WORK DAYS

3RD SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH
MEET AT 7AM TO THE RIGHT OF OLOWALU GENTERAL STORE
WORK HOURS ARE FROM 7AM TO 11:30 AM

Come be with us! Group leaders, please, contact us to arrange your schedules. Individual and families are welcomed on community work days as well. Everyone works together to create this natural sanctuary and learn from each other.

'Ai kakou!  We share home-made lunches and snacks; and it's fun talking story.