MALAMA BELLOWS AFS BURIAL VAULT

Let’s plant native Hawaiian plants and clean the beach together! Help restore the area around a Hawaiian burial vault adjacent to 8 acre wetland area that supports endangered native Hawaiian waterbirds. Spread mulch, plant native Hawaiian plants and pick-up trash on the beach. Orientation and Hawaiian blessing teaches cultural history. Please bring sun block, re-usable water bottle, gloves, lunch, and helping hands. All other tools provided. RSVP to Craig Gorsuch at 927-1867 or craig.gorsuch.ctr@us.af.mil. DIRECTIONS TO BELLOWS AFS: Take Kalanianaole Hwy (72) to Bellows AFS entrance in Waimānalo. Turn makai (towards ocean) onto Tinker Rd and drive through the first unmanned security gate. Follow Tinker Road 2.5 miles to grass/gravel parking area in front of the manned Bellows AFS security gate. Please park/unload here. Walk to manned gate, announce participation in project, 16 years and above show valid picture ID like driver’s license (2 forms ID required for folks from MN, MO, WA, and American Samoa). Then proceed on foot to Project Site and Check-in table.

Date and Time: 
Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 08:00 to 13:00
Contact Info: 
Craig Gorsuch
craig.gorsuch.ctr@us.af.mil
8089271867


Site: 
Bellows Air Force Station
515 Tinker Road
Waimanalo, HI 96795
United States
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