Pohakuokala Gulch Community Forest Restoration Project
Since 2002, Pohakuokala Gulch Community Forest Restoration Project has been restoring native ecosystems to enhance the health of the watershed in the montane mesic environment located at 4,000 ft elevation on the slopes of Mt. Haleakalā. This work includes extensive removal of invasive species like Eucalyptus globulus, installation of native trees and shrubs sourced locally from the seeds of wild plants growing on the nearby slopes of Haleakalā, and the long-Term care and maintenance of native habitat for the benefit of future generations.
To learn more about this project, visit www.skylineconservation.org