To the right is a photo of Kaha Gardens when it was first installed in 2007.
The project replaced grass and invasive species along 150 yards of stream bank with native Hawaiian plants which can be used for soil stabilization, bio-filtration and water conservation. All plant species in the garden can be found naturally in dry coastal areas throughout the Hawaiian Islands and can thrive with only the water provided by rain events and occasional summer watering.
Mahalo Nui Loa to all the volunteers who have committed their time to the garden over the past decade. If you would like to donate your time at this project site, click here for a listing of upcoming service days.
Click here to check out a video of a local youth soccer team as they discuss the work they did at Kaha Graden in 2014.
Kaha Garden, July 2017. Preparing an area for more 'akia and 'ulei to be out-planted.